In the photo: a trial run of gas
Reconstruction of Perm CHPP-6 was the first contract "turnkey" construction of new power facilities in Russia, concluded after the crisis. The importance of this project is difficult to overestimate. Perm CHPP-6, introduced in 1942, provides heat to the residents of Sverdlovsk, Lenin and Motovilikhinsky areas and industries located here.
This investment is key to the development of the power of the Perm Territory. The project will increase the electrical capacity of the station to 180 MW and heat — up to 860 MW. Annual electricity production will make up about 1,000 million kW-hr of heat — about 2.2 million Gcal. That's enough to heat 50,000 apartments. The city will have the energy for industrial development, heat and electricity for the neighborhood under construction, will increase the reliability of electricity supply.