Pechorskaya Thermal Power Plant

Location: Pechora, Komi Republic
Installed power generation capacity: 1 060 MW
Nominal heat output: 327 Gcal/h
Main fuel: associated and natural gas
Backup fuel: fuel oil
Start of operation: February 5, 1979

Managing director of the Pechorskaya State District Power Plant:


Born: 1971


Moscow Power Engineering Institute( Moscow.)

Professional Experience:

October 2018 — now: the managing director of the Pechorskaya State District Power Plant.

2017 — 2018: ETO head of the Samara branch of PAO T Plus.

2013 — 2017: held management positions in the West Siberia and Urals branches of PAO Fortum.

2010 — 2013: advisor to the CEO and deputy head of the corporate governance department at OAO SO UES.

2008 — 2010: worked in companies managing the energy assets of the Lukoil holding.

2008: Head of the Department for Strategy and Projects of the Astrakhan Power Plants branch of OAO UGK TGK-8.

2004 — 2008: headed up subsidiaries of OAO Volgogradenergo.

1994 — 2004: went from inspector machine operator to head of the boiler shop at OAO Volgogradenergo’s Volga CHP.


2014: Letter of thanks from the Ministry of Energy of the Russian Federation.

Pechorskaya TPP is a major electricity generator in the Komi Republic. It produces approximately 40% of all electricity in the region.

Construction of this thermal power plant began in January, 1974. Five power generation units, including three 210 MW units and two 215 MW units, were launched between February, 1979, and June, 1991.

Located in the Extreme North, this power plant provides energy to industrial, social and residential consumers in extreme climate conditions. The largest consumers of electricity from Pechorskaya TPP are oil, gas, coal, wood and transportation companies.

Located west of Ural Mountains, Komi Republic is a part of Northwestern Federal District. Its capital is Syktyvkar. Komi Republic has a population of 890 thousand people, with urban population rate of 77%. Its economy is primarily focused on mining, processing and transportation of energy resources (mainly oil, gas and coal), forestry, wood industry and papermaking. The majority of its territory is exposed to moderate continental climate with long winters and short cool summers, promoting energy self-sufficiency.