Uzatom Agency discusses issues of NPP energy integration into distribution system
Tashkent, Uzbekistan (UzDaily.com) -- A seminar was held today in Tashkent on the issues of the energy integration of a nuclear power plant (NPP) and development of a system for NPP power distribution.
This event was organized at the initiative of the Ministry of Energy of the Republic of Uzbekistan and Uzatom Agency with the direct support and participation of units of the state corporation Rosatom and Scientific and Technical Center of the Unified Energy System (Russian Federation).
Representatives of the Rosatom state corporation, the Asian Development Bank, the Ministry of Energy of the Republic of Uzbekistan, the Ministry of Economy and Industry, the Ministry of Investment and Foreign Trade, the Ministry of Finance, Uzbekenergo and design organizations took part in the seminar.
During this event, presentations were made by representatives of the Scientific and Technical Center of the Unified Energy System. The presentations were devoted to issues of capacity regulation of the Uzbek energy system, network enhancement and reconstruction of emergency control systems at power grid facilities, taking into account the planned commissioning of nuclear power plants in the country to ensure stable and balanced operation of the Uzbek energy system and the United Energy System of Central Asia as a whole.
During the questions and answers, as well as at the end of the seminar, it was noted about the need to consider the concept of input generating capacity of the Uzbek power system, with the inclusion of the input of maneuverable generating facilities - gas turbine plants, pumped storage power plants and hydroelectric power plants.
The readiness of the Russian side to cooperation and participation of specialists of Scientific and Technical Center of the Unified Energy System in the process of developing a concept for input of generating capacity into the energy system and a feasibility study on the construction of nuclear power plants in the Republic of Uzbekistan, as well as training and retraining of highly qualified personnel was voiced in the sphere of the energy system and related areas for the qualitative solution of issues of the organization of the work of nuclear power plants and in the nuclear power industry as a whole.