BAKU, Azerbaijan, Sept. 15
According to the project modernization of Almaty CHP-2, the KazNIPIEnergoprom JSC design institute is completing the details of the feasibility study, and it is planned to receive a positive conclusion by the end of 2021, Trend reports via Kazinform.
The subsidiaries of Samruk-Energy JSC continue to work on the implementation of investment projects in Almaty and the Almaty region as part of the implementation of the instructions of the First President of the Republic of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev, as well as the instructions of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan Kassym-Jomart Tokayev.
The companies of "Samruk-Energy" JSC in Almaty, in addition to the gasification of CHP-2, are working on the project "Reconstruction of Almaty CHP-3 on the basis of CCGT with an increase in the power of the station to 450 MW". According to the Almaty CHP-3, in addition to switching to gas, it is planned to operate the station in a maneuverable mode in order to cover peak consumption loads in the city of Almaty and the Almaty region.
The work on the development of the feasibility study of the project with the receipt of a positive conclusion of the state expert examination is planned to be completed by the end of the second quarter of 2022.
As part of the gasification of the Almaty energy complex, the project "Expansion of CHP-1 with the construction of a CCGT with a capacity of 200-250 MW" is envisaged.
Within the project, it is planned to expand the Almaty CHP-1 with the construction of a PSU with a capacity of 200-250 MW to ensure the reliability of heating and electrification of the city of Almaty. The work on the development of the feasibility study of the project is planned to be completed by the end of the third quarter of 2022. This station has been operating on gas fuel since 2017.
The implementation of the above projects will ensure the reduction of emissions of harmful substances from the energy sources of "Ales" JSC into the atmosphere of the Almaty region from 50.4 to 6.7 thousand tons per year.