FGC UES Launches Equipment at New Power Station

17 February 2017 (13:28)

UrBC, Yekaterinburg, February 17, 2017. Rosset’s Federal Grid Company United Energy Systems’ equipment at its 220-kilowatt Vektor Substation in Khanty-Mansiysky Autonomous District is now operating within its full workload, the company’s PR Department for Western Siberia reports.

The new power substation will be in charge of providing stable power supply to end users in Nefteyugansky Distrct and Rosneft’s RN Yuganskneftegaz.

The substation is fitted with 110- and 220-kilowatt outdoor switch gears, a 35-kilowatt indoor switch gear, a general control unit, two 220-/110-kilowatt transformers (total capacity: 250 MVA), and two 110-/35-kilowatt transformers (total capacity: 126 MVA).

Setting the equipment up for its operating load is one of the final procedures aimed at checking the station’s overall performance capacity.

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