|Kirishi Power Station|
Location of the Kirishi Power Station in Leningrad Oblast, Russia.
|Official name||Kirishskaya GRES|
|Thermal power station|
|Primary fuel||Natural gas|
|Secondary fuel||Fuel oil|
|Units operational||1 x 800 MW|
5 x 300 MW
2 x 60 MW
2 x 50 MW
2 x 40 MW
|Make and model||LMZ, Siemens AG|
|Nameplate capacity||2,595 MW|
|Commons||Related media on Commons|
Kirishi Power Station (Kirishskya GRES) is a thermal power station (GRES) at the town of Kirishi, Kirishsky District, Leningrad Oblast, Russia. The power plant is located adjacent to a larger Kirishi oil refinery. Installed electrical capacity of the power station reached 2595 MW after completion of modernization program for unit 6 in 2011, which included installation of two gas turbines for this unit to utilize combined cycle with total increase of capacity 500 MW and efficiency 20%. The heating capacity is 1,234 Gcal/h.
Kirishskya GRES has two 320 metres (1,050 ft) tall flue gas stacks, they belong to the tallest chimneys at Russia.
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