Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin, May 3 started a electrical substation "Abramovo" and the Center for Technological Network in the Eastern Administrative District of Moscow.
Abramovo "and the Center for Technological Network JSC" United Energy Company "was commissioned in 2012 at the District passage, ow. 6 HLW.
Construction of facilities was carried out by the investor — of "HST". The cost of building the substation was 7.5 billion rubles TSTUS — 1.5 billion rubles. Technical customer is the Open Society "Moskapstroy", and as a general contractor — JSC "PC" Termoservice. "
As reported to the mayor CEO Paul Levinsky HST, the substation "Abramovo" will meet the energy needs of not only acting, but also under construction in East district. "Abramovo" will ensure the connection of facilities such as kindergartens under construction in the area of Mount Falcon, as well as other social facilities, the transport infrastructure, including rail ring under construction and new metro station "- said Levinsky.
The reliability of electricity substation is provided with three transformers engaged in mutual backup. Installed capacity "Abramovo" will be 3 x 100 MVA.
Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin also visited the new Center for Technological Network. TSTUS created for operational dispatching high-voltage equipment, medium voltage distribution networks HST. He coordinates of the repair of electrical equipment, plans and carries out activities to improve the reliability of the electrical circuit of the city during the repair and remediation activities. In TSTUS established control room, equipped with modern automatic process control system that displays in real time the state power grid of the city of Moscow. In the event of process failures Center organizes emergency repair work.
During the inspection of power plants, Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin wondered whether even put into operation during the year new substations.
Paul Levinsky said that in the fourth quarter of 2012 will be the construction of two substations, "Mnevniki" and "New." "At this point in the OEC operates eight plants" — added P. Lewinski.