22 November 2018

REP Holding will manufacture equipment for the Kursk NPP-2

REP Holding awarded a contract for manufacture and supply of 36 relay protection cabinets for the construction of the power plant units № 1 and № 2 of the Kursk NPP-2. The relay protection cabinets designed for the switchgear 330 kV and power transformers of the nuclear power plant will be manufactured at the Elektropult Plant. The equipment supply is scheduled for the 2nd quarter of 2019.

The relay protection and automation terminals are installed in the repay protection cabinets, which are designed to quickly identify and isolate damaged elements from the electric power system. Relay protection provides continuous monitoring of the technical condition of individual controlled elements of electrical power system.
Microprocessor relay protection devices (MRPD) as a part of the relay protection cabinets, in addition to the designated purpose, are used as low-level devices through which the control and monitoring system of the electrical part with the controlled objects interact. At the same time, they perform the functions of collecting data on the current state of electrical equipment, retransmitting commands of remote and automatic control, self-diagnostics, maintaining a single astronomical time for recording emergency events, including recording fast-flowing processes.

It is not the first supply of electrical equipment for the needs of the Kursk NPP-2. Since 2016 REP Holding has supplied an equipment package including ЗРУ-10кВ, 2БКТП-400/10/0,4, 2 БКТП-630/10/0,4.

The Kursk NPP-2 is being built in v.Makarovka, Kurchatov district of Kursk region, as a replacement station of retiring power units of the existing Kursk NPP. The commissioning of the first two power units of the Kursk NPP-2 is planned to be synchronized with the decommissioning of power units №1 and №2 of the existing station. The commissioning of four power units of the replacing station will provide the Kursk region and regions of the country with electricity for more than 80 years.

Back to the news