FGC UES Installs New Transformers in Siberian Substations

30 August 2018 (12:53)

UrBC, Yekaterinburg, August 30, 2018. Federal Grid Company United Energy Systems installed new transformer units at its 220-kilowatt Mirage Power Substation in Khanty-Mansiysky Autonomous Region, the company’s Western Siberia branch’s PR & Media Relations Department reports.

‘The new equipment is meant to improve the precision of our energy-spending data and to ensure a more reliable power supply to end users (including Rosneft’s member enterprises). 27 new gas-insulated transformer units have been installed at the station all in all,’ the department says.

Additionally, a new battery and a DC board are being assembled at the substation in order to improve the performance of the ancillary-facilities-supporting DC system. The company intends to invest over RUR 33m into these production upgrades before the end of the year.

This 220-kilowatt Mirage Power Substation was launched in Khanty-Mansiysky Autonomous Region’s District Nizhnevartovsky in 1988.

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