Reconstruction of 8 substations in the South-Western energy system in Ukraine

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Reconstruction of 8 substations in the South-Western energy system in Ukraine

330-750 kV
750 kV "Vinnytska"
330 kV "Vinnytska"
330 kV «Bar»
330 kV «Koziatyn»
330 kV «Kamianets-Podilska»
330 kV «Khmelnitska»
330 kV «Shepetivka»
330 kV «Chernivetska»

Location of the object: Ukraine, Vinnytsia region, Khmelnytskyi region.

Customer: PJSC NEC UKRENERGO together with "Fichtner GmbH & Co. KG", Germany.

Design stage:

  • Feasibility study

Technical and economic indicators of the project

  Name of indicatorsUnit of measurementValue, indicator
  Maximum powerMW8 * 250
  Working hours of the enterprise around the clock throughout the year
  Number of hours of work per yearhour8760
  Electricity transmission volumethousand kW * h / year8 * 450 000
  Duration of constructionmonths 12
  Construction cost thous. USD32 000

 

Main technical solutions

Reconstruction of eight substations is carried out with the introduction of a new automated process control system (APCS).

The grounds for the development of this feasibility study are:

  • investment program of NPC "Ukrenergo";
  • plans for the future integration of Ukrainian energy system into ENTSO-E.

In connection with the introduction of the automated process control system of a substation with a depth of automation, which should ensure the possibility of operating the substation in an automated mode, without the presence of permanent maintenance personnel, the feasibility study is supposed to replace:

  • main equipment of 330 kV switchgear (disconnectors);
  • main equipment of 330 kV switchgear (switches, disconnectors);
  • main equipment of 110 kV switchgear (switches, disconnectors);
  • auxiliary switchboard 0.4 kV;
  • electromechanical relay protection devices on modern microprocessors.

The project is going to be implemented in 2023-24.