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Construction of a new power unit with the capacity of 120 MW completed at Mongolia’s largest Ulan-Bator CHP-4. On December 22, a high-profile ceremony of the facility’s start-up and commissioning involved the participation of Dashdorj Zorigt, Minister of Energy of Mongolia, Iskander Azizov, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Russia to Mongolia, as well as officials from the Government of Mongolia. Together with the management of the power plant they assessed the quality of the activities fulfilled and the facility’s readiness to start-up and commissioning.   

The Ural Turbine Works (the ROTEC Holding) acted in the capacity of the principal contractor of the building project and the basic equipment supplier; SOYUZ Power Development Corporation carried out construction and installation activities on the site. ROTEC Company, having the experience of cooperation with foreign- and Russian-based energy, machine-building and service organizations, managed to combine the efforts of numerous companies to build a complex facility within the most stringent time frames.


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CJSC The Ural Turbine Works is on its run to fulfil the obligations undertaken pursuant to the equipment supply contract for Ulan Bator TPP-4 (Mongolia).
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