Kolomenskoye GTPP in Moscow: 10 years of energy generating for residents of the south of the capital

1 July 2019

10 years ago, on July 1, 2009 in the Southern administrative district of Moscow, the commissioning ceremony of the Kolomenskoye gas turbine power plant took place.

Electric capacity of GTPP is 136 MW; thermal capacity is 171 Gcal / h. The launch of new energy facility has significantly reduced the power deficit in the context of growing electricity consumption and increased the reliability of supplying consumers in the Moscow region with electricity and heat.

The project was implemented within the framework of the "Energy strategy of the city of Moscow for the period until 2025". The peculiarity of Kolomenskoye GTPP is the location of the plant in the residential area, which required appropriate selection of equipment for environmental and noise characteristics.

Cogeneration gas turbine power plant has in its composition:

- Three SGT-800 gas turbine units manufactured by Siemens;
- Three hot-water waste-heat boilers produced by Machine-Building Factory of Podolsk JSC;
- AMS generators of the company АВВ (Sweden);
- SPPA-T3000 automated control system of the Siemens.

Gas compression and feeding to the turbines under the required working pressure of 3 MPa are carried out by a booster station consisting of four compressor units (CU) of screw type. The capacity of each CU is 19,700 m3 / h.

CUs are housed in their own sound-absorbing shelters; they operate in automatic mode, equipped with life support systems (heating, ventilation, and lighting) and safety systems (fire detection and fire extinguishing, gas detection).

The supply of compressor units and the entire set of pre-starting operations were provided by ENERGAS.

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