Kegums

Kegums

 

an urban-type settlement in Ogre Raion, Latvian SSR. Situated on the right bank of the Daugava (Zapadnaia Dvina), 46 km above Riga. Kegums has a railroad station on the Moscow-Riga line. The Kegums hydroelectric power plant (68,000 kilowatts) and a fish hatchery are there.

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In 1939 the hydroelectric power plant Kegums started work.
In August 2001, the Kegums hydroelectric power plant was reopened, contributing to Latvia's ability to supply 25% of its energy that year.
The upgrading of the two plants at Plavinas and Kegums, with a total capacity of 1,100 megawatts, will improve their overall operational capacity, extend their lifetime and reduce their maintenance and repair costs.
110 kV transformer substations delivery Janciems, Kandava and Kegums HPP-2.
The three largest HPPs are located in Kegums, Riga and Plavinas, spanning the Daugava river; Plavinas is the largest hydropower plant in the Baltic states in terms of production capacity.
Contract notice: Engineering consultants plavinas hpp hydro units an1 and an3 and kegums hpp-2 hydro units reconstruction projects.