Ivanovskiye Co-generation Power Plants

Location: Komsomolsk, Ivanovo Oblast
Installed power generation capacity: 325 MW
Nominal heat output: 64.3 Gcal/h
Main and backup fuel: natural gas
Emergency fuel: diesel
Start of operation: May 20, 2008
Director: Andrey Aleksandrovich Nikolaev

Ivanovskiye CPP is one of the first steam-gas power plants in Russia. It uses two PGU-325 generation unites with combined rating of 650 MW and was constructed as a part of the Federal Fuel and Energy Program. This project is unique in that it is used in development and fine-tuning of the first Russian high-power gas turbine, GTD-110.

Construction of Ivanovskiye CPP started in 2005 at the industrial site of Ivanovskaya TPP. The first PGU-325 unit was launched in May, 2008. The second PGU-325 unit was launched in June, 2012. Each unit is rated at 320 MW of electricity and 14.8 Gcal/h of heat.

Both units feature an automated Industrial Control Systems (ICS).

Some of the largest consumers of heat delivered from Ivanovskiye CPP in Komsomolsk are local utilities and Komsomolsky Banno-Prachechny Kombinat providing banya and laundry services.

Located in the center of European Russia, Ivanovo Oblast is a part of Central Federal District. Its population is approximately 1 million people with approximately 80% urban population. The major industries of Ivanovo Oblast are light industries, machinery, food industry and metalworking. Despite significant share of electric power industry in the regional economy, this region is a net consumer of electricity receiving electric power from neighbor regions. Tourism is one of the fastest-growing industries in the region. Ivanovo Oblast is a part of Golden Ring of Russia.