Kaliningradskaya TPP-2

Location: Kaliningrad, Kaliningrad Oblast
Installed power generation capacity: 900 MW
Nominal heat output: 680 Gcal/h
Main and backup fuel: natural gas
Emergency fuel: diesel
Start of operation: October 28, 2005

Head of the Kaliningrad CHP-2 branch of AO Inter RAO Electric Power Plants:

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Born: 1963

Education:

V. Lenin Badge of Honor Ivanovo Power Engineering Institute.

The National Economy Academy of the Government of the Russian Federation: professional training in company development management.

Candidate of technical sciences.

Professional Experience:

July 2011 — now: Head of the Kaliningrad CHP-2 branch of AO Inter RAO Electric Power Plants.

2006 — 2010: deputy head/chief engineer of the Ryazan State District Power Plant branch of OAO OGK-6.

2006: deputy executive director — chief engineer of OAO Ryazan State District Power Plant.

2002 — 2006: chief engineer — first deputy managing director of OAO Ryazan State District Power Plant.

2001 — 2002: chief engineer at OAO Ryazan State District Power Plant.

2001: acting chief engineer at OAO Ryazan State District Power Plant.

2001: deputy managing director in charge of production at OAO Ryazan State District Power Plant.

1996 — 2001: deputy managing director in charge of general issues at OAO Ryazan State District Power Plant.

1991 — 1996: deputy head for the boiler room 1 at OAO Ryazan State District Power Plant.

1990 — 1991: category 1 production process engineer at Ryazan State District Power Plant of POE&E Ryazanenergo.

1990: chief machine operator of the energy unit of the 7th group in boiler and turbine shop 1 at Ryazan State District Power Plant of POE&E Ryazanenergo.

1989: machine operator of the energy unit of the 7th group of the boiler and turbine shop of Nizhnevartovsk State District Power Plant.

1988 — 1989: supervisor of the 2nd group in the fuel and transport shop at Kostroma CHP 2.

1987 — 1988: shift supervisor in boiler and turbine shop 1 at Ryazan State District Power Plant of Ryazanenergo.

1986 — 1987: senior machine operator of two power units in boiler and turbine shop 1 at the Ryazan State District Power Plant of Ryazanenergo.

1986: machine operator of the turbine power unit in boiler and turbine shop 1 of the Ryazan State District Power Plant of Ryazanenergo.

1985 — 1986: machine operator/inspector of power and turbine equipment in boiler and turbine shop 1 of the Ryazan State District Power Plant of Ryazanenergo.

Awards:

2018: the honorary power engineer title.

2012: 2nd Degree Service for the Motherland medal.

2013: Commendation diploma from OAO Inter RAO UES.

2004: Commendation diploma from the Ministry of Industry and Energy of Russia.

2001: Letter of thanks from the Ministry of Energy of Russia.

2014: Letter of thanks from OAO Inter RAO Electric Power Plants.

2012 and 2013: Letters of thanks from OAO Inter RAO UES.

2002: Commendation diploma from RAO UES of Russia.

2006: The Board of Honor of OAO RAO UES of Russia.


Kaliningradskaya TPP-2 is one of the most modern power generators in Russia using heat-recovery steam generators to generate heat from turbine exhaust gas. It was designed and built to cover the demand for electricity in Kaliningrad Oblast, and potentially to sell electricity to Lithuania. Kaliningradskaya TPP-2 is a critical energy facility for Kaliningrad Oblast.

The first power generation unit was launched in October, 2005. The second power generating unit rated at 425 MW was launched on December 21, 2010. On October 28, 2010, a heat pipeline connecting Kaliningradskaya TPP-2 with the southern part of Kaliningrad started operation. It significantly increased the reliability of heat delivery in the city, and improved the environment in Kaliningrad because it allowed to shut down boilers fueled by fuel oil and coal. Another heat pipeline is currently scheduled for construction.

This power plant is located in a large city and must comply with strict environmental safety requirements. PGU-450 are high-efficiency steam-gas units firing natural gas, recycling exhaust heat and meeting high environmental performance standards. Kaliningradskaya TPP-2 has an integrated environmental protection program in place focused on reducing all aspects of its environmental impact. This program complies with the Russian laws and is based on the Environmental Protection Plan.


Kaliningrad Oblast is the westernmost federal subject of the Russian Federation and a part of Northwestern Federal District. Kaliningrad has a population of 946 thousand people; of those 78% are urban population. The capital of Kaliningrad Oblast is Kaliningrad. Kaliningrad Oblast has extensive transportation infrastructure with ramified rail, road and waterway networks as well as Russia-Belarus-Poland gas pipeline. Its largest industries are shipbuilding, metallurgy, metalworking, wood production, papermaking, oil, and amber extraction. Strong energy industry and abundance of natural resources provide for the majority of regional needs for electricity and heat.