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Modernization of the production process

Modernization of the production process

One of our major tasks is a constant improvement and introduction of new technologies at our enterprises. In this regard we have accepted the Comprehensive strategy of production modernization. It includes a variety of tasks that we are implementing.

A key project for the development of this direction is increasing electricity generation in Karaganda Region by upgrading the existing facilities of Karaganda CHPP-3, namely, commissioning the turbine unit № 6 with an electric capacity of 110 MW and a thermal capacity of 185 Gcal/h, as well as putting into operation a steam boiler with a thermal capacity of 400 Gcal/h. Particular attention is paid to the reconstruction and modernization of the main and auxiliary equipment of the two power stations of the Group – Karaganda CHPP-1 and CHPP-3. Modernization of electric networks is another task of the Group.

In order to optimize transportation and distribution of electricity, as well as to minimize losses in electric networks, the following programs of reconstruction and development are being implemented:

In Karaganda electrical generation system: the reconstruction of 0.4 kV networks using self-supporting insulated wire; reconstruction of Tikhonovka substation with transferring it to 110 kV voltage class; implementation of SCADA system, as part of the further development of Smart Grid; construction of new substations 220/110/10 kV Zharyk and 110/35/6 kV Santechnicheskaya; reconstruction and expansion of existing capacity of substation 35-110 kV; the introduction of the fourth stage of an Automated Control and Accounting System (ASKUE) construction of overhead lines at 35-110 kV; reconstruction and modernization of existing networks.

In South Kazakhstan electrical generation system: enlargement of transformer capacity in the load centers, particularly at substation №5 there will be a replacement of transformers with an installed capacity of 40 MVA to transformers with capacity of 63 MVA; at Poltoratskoye substation 20 MVA capacity transformer will be replaced with 40 MVA capacity transformer; upgrading Soviet substation with transferring it to 110 kV voltage class; the reconstruction of 0.4 kV networks using self-supporting insulated wire; construction of 110/10 kV Nursat substation; reconstruction and modernization of existing networks.

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