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September 23, 2021, 15:46
It is planned to build eight distribution transformer substations, as well as lay additional power cable lines with an approximate length of more than 113 kilometers.
The capital’s power engineers will provide the necessary capacity for the technological valley of the Moscow State University (MSU) named after M.V. Lomonosov, said the Deputy Mayor of Moscow for housing and communal services and improvement Peter Biryukov…
“Work is underway to implement the project for the development of the territories of the Moscow State University named after M.V. Lomonosov, it includes the construction of scientific clusters, the activities of which will require additional energy capacity and the creation of appropriate infrastructure. It is planned to build eight distribution transformer substations, as well as to lay additional power cable lines with an approximate length of more than 113 kilometers, ”he said.
Construction and installation work will begin in December, with a total connected capacity of 149 megawatts.
“Technological connection of new facilities of the main university of the country will be carried out with the use of equipment of the voltage class of 20 kilowatts. Its main advantages are reducing electricity losses, improving the quality of voltage in the network and increasing its throughput, which is important when organizing power supply to large urban facilities, ”the deputy mayor added.
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The new scientific quarter will be provided with electricity according to the second category of reliability, that is, in the event of a technological breakdown on one line, the voltage will automatically be supplied via the reserve one.
The total area of the territory of the innovative scientific and technological center of the Moscow State University named after M.V. Lomonosov “Vorobyovy Gory” will be 17.5 hectares. It will house nine clusters in areas such as biomedicine and pharmaceuticals, nanotechnology, information technology and mathematical modeling, robotics, space exploration, geonomy and ecology, humanities, sports technology and artificial intelligence.
The Technological Valley is being built on the site of a former building materials dump.
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