Slaviansk State Regional Electric Power Plant

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Slaviansk State Regional Electric Power Plant

 

(full name, Fiftieth Anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution Slaviansk State Regional Electric Power Plant), a condensation electric power plant near the city of Slaviansk, Donetsk Oblast, Ukrainian SSR. The capacity is 2,100 megawatts (MW). The plant has five 100-MW turbine-generator units, which went into operation in the period 1954–57, and two 800-MW power units. The first power unit, which has two shafts, went into operation in 1967; the second, having a single shaft, went into operation in 1971.

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