Awaited launch of Zaramag HPP-1 in North Ossetia

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Zaramag HPP-1 will soon be launched in the Alagirsky district of the Republic. Nikolay Shulgin, RusHydro’s CEO and Vyacheslav Bitarov, Head of North Ossetia have inspected the facility before the commissioning.

According to the plan, the hydroelectric plant will be brought online in December 2019. This investment project for construction of the hydroelectric plant Zaramag HPP-1 is the largest in the North Caucasus. Nameplate capacity of the plant is 346 MW, its annual power generation is 850 kWh.

To date, pre-commissioning activities are taking place at the plant. Zaramag HPP-1 will become the plant with the highest pressure in Russia – 619 meters. Besides, the plant features the biggest turbines of a spoon-shape type.

As it was previously informed, a total of 800 million roubles were allocated for construction of a substation in Plievo.



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