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Kostromskaya SDPP is one of the largest and most technically advanced thermal power plants in Central Russia with record low fuel consumption in its class. It is the third largest power plant by installed capacity (3600 MW) generating approximately 1.5% of all Russian electricity (annual electricity output of the station is about 15 billion kWh)
Kostromskaya SDPP was built in three phases. The first phase consists of four 300 MW coupled units launched between June, 1969, and December, 1970. The second phase consists of four additional 300 MW single units launched between November 1971 and June 1973. The third phase is a unique 1200 MW generation unit completed in December, 1980.
Kostromskaya SDPP delivers its electricity to the Wholesale Electricity Market through regional companies in Kostroma, Ivanovo, Yaroslavl, Vladimir, Moscow and Nizhny Novgorod Regions, serving more than forty Russian regions and other countries.
Kostromskaya SDPP is one of the largest taxpayers and employers in the region. It is a state-of-the-art facility maintaining the lowest fuel consumption and high reliability through advanced maintenance and repair operations. It has won numerous regional awards in the Russian Socially Efficient Enterprise contest.