Coal-Fired Plants in the CIS - other countries
Angren
Location: Uzbekistan
Operator: Uzbekenergo
Configuration: 4 X 100 MW
Operation: 1958-1963
Fuel: brown coal
Boiler supplier: Taganrog
T/G supplier: LMZ, Electrosila
EPC: Chirchikstroy
Quick facts: Work at Angren began in 1953 and completed in 1963.

Photograph courtesy of JSC Uzbekqidroenergoqurilish
Posted 7 Feb 2016

Bishkek
Location: Kyrgyzstan
Operator: Electricheskiye Stantsii JSC
Configuration: 1 X 25 MW, 1 X 35 MW, 3 X 60 MW, 5 X 100 MW, 1 X 90 MW CHP
Fuel: coal, natural gas
Operation: 1961-2000
Boiler supplier: ??
T/G supplier: TMZ, Elsib
Quick facts: This is the largest thermal power station in the country. The first unit went commercial on 14 Sep 1961. The plant is mostly used for heating but is pressed into service for power production if water levels are low at Toktogul  HPP. The tallest stack is 300m.

Photograph by Azamat Imanaliev
Posted 25 Oct 2002

Dushanbe-2
Location: Tajikistan
Operator: OJSC Barki Tojik
Configuration: 2 X 50 MW
Operation: 2014
Fuel: coal
Boiler supplier: ??
T/G supplier: ??
EPC: TBEA, Henan No 1 Thermal Power Construction Co
Quick facts: Construction on the TPP began in 2009. The first unit was commissioned in Jan 2014.

Photograph courtesy of PowerChina
Posted 2 Jan 2015

Moldavskaya
Location: Moldova
Operator: JSC Moldavian GRES
Configuration: 7 X 200 MW, 3 X 210 MW, 2 X 285 MW
Operation: 1964-1980
Fuel: coal, natural gas, oil
Boiler supplier: Taganrog
T/G supplier: LMZ, SE Plant Electrotyazhmash
EPC: Teploelectroproject Lviv, Yuzhenergostroya
Quick facts: This site is on the western shore of the Cuciurgan Reservoir on the border with Ukraine. Construction began in 1962 and the first 200-MW unit was synchronized in Sep 1964. Before the collapse of the Soviet Union station, Moldavskaya supplied consumers in Moldavia, the southern regions of Ukraine, and Bulgaria. The plant was sold in December 2003 to a Belgo-Russian consortium and is now 100% owned by Inter RAO. Maximum power production reached 15.6 TWh in 1986: 2008 production was 2,421 GWh. The coal is sourced from Ukraine.

Photograph courtesy of Inter RAO
Re-posted 4 Aug 2010

Novo Angren
Location: Uzbekistan
Operator: Uzbekenergo
Configuration: 7 X 300 MW
Operation: 1985-2000
Fuel: brown coal, natural gas, fuel oil
Boiler supplier: Podoloski
T/G supplier: LMZ, Electrosila
EPC: Teploelektroproject Tashkent, Novo-Angren GRESstroy, JSC Uzbekqidroenergoqurilish
Quick facts: Development of this PS began in 1979 with the creation of a dedicated construction enterprise. Work began the following year. The plant was transformed into a JSC in 2005. The stack is 330m tall. Production in 2012 was 5,675 GWh.

Photograph courtesy of Uzbekenergo
Posted 27 Mar 2013

Tkvarcheli
Location: Georgia
Operator: Sakenergogeneratsia
Configuration: 2 X 110 MW
Operation: 1977-1979 (ret)
Fuel: coal
Boiler supplier: ??
T/G supplier: LMZ
EPC: Teploenergostroymontaj
Quick facts: The Tkvarcheli coal-fired plant in Abkhazia was put out of service due to war damage in the early 1990s and is considered irreparable.

Photograph courtesy of UN Observer Mission in Georgia
Posted 4 Nov 2006

Abbreviations

Data: industcards, Platts UDI World Electric Power Plants Data Base

Updated 07-Feb-2016

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