Dzhubginskaya Thermal Power Plant

Location: Krasnodar Krai, Tuapsinsky District, Defanovka

Installed power generation capacity: 198 MW

Main and backup fuel: natural gas

Launch date: October 31, 2013

Director: Dmitriy Viktorovich Vorozheev

Dzhubginskaya TPP is a part of Olympic Venue and Sochi Mountain Resort Development Program approved by the Russian Government in Resolution #991 of December 29, 2007.

This power plant uses two state-of-the-art GE ENERGY LMS 100 PB gas turbines and two BRUSH BDAX 82-445ER turbo generators.

Dzhubginskaya TPP offers 220 kV and 110 kV output voltages. Relying on gas turbine technology, this power plant will support the 2014 Olympics venues and cover the demand for electricity in a region with a rapidly developing economy.

Its launch improved the reliability of power supply to the Black Sea coastal area of Kuban, including Greater Sochi. The new overhead transmission lines from Dzhubginskaya TPP form a circular grid connecting 220 kV and 110 kV substations of two energy infrastructure companies, JSC FSK UES and JSC Kubanenergo.

Dzhubginskaya TPP is one of the most advanced and efficient power stations in its class. It meets the environmental requirements of the International Olympic Committee and has a near-zero environmental footprint.

Krasnodar Krai is a part of Southern Federal District and one of the largest federal subjects of the Russian Federation. It consists of 38 administrative districts, and its capital is Krasnodar. With population over 5 million, Krasnodar Krai has urban population ratio of 53%.

Unique location and climate make Krasnodar Krai the most prominent agricultural region and resort destination in Russia.

Other important industries of Krasnodar Krai include machinery, metalworking, chemical, food and light industries. Though heat and energy industries represent approximately 13% of the local economy, Krasnodar Krai is a net recipient of electricity. At the same time, its excellent resource base represents an outstanding development opportunity for the energy industry.