MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
January 24, 2022, 14:02
The laying of communications will not affect the outer part of the soil and the landscape of the area.
The capital’s power engineers have begun work on supplying power to the technological valley under construction at Moscow State University (MGU) named after M.V. Lomonosov, said the Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Housing and Communal Services and Improvement Petr Biryukov.
“Work is underway to implement a project for the development of the territories of Lomonosov Moscow State University, it includes the creation of new scientific clusters, the activities of which will require additional energy capacities,” said Petr Biryukov. – It is planned to build eight distribution transformer substations, laying additional supply cable lines with a length of more than 113 kilometers. The total connected capacity will be 149 megawatts.”
According to the deputy mayor, now specialists are building closed passages for the subsequent laying of cable lines from the supply centers Kotlovka and Zolotarevskaya towards distribution substations.
“When laying communications, the horizontal directional drilling method is used, which allows preserving the outer part of the soil and the landscape of the area,” explained Petr Biryukov. “In parallel, design and survey work continues.”
The head of the municipal economy complex stressed that the clusters will be supplied with electricity according to the second category of reliability, that is, in the event of a violation on one line, the voltage will automatically be supplied through the backup one.
Technological connection of the facilities of the country’s main university will be carried out using equipment with an electrical potential of 20 kilovolts, the deputy mayor said. The main advantages of such equipment are the reduction of electricity losses, the improvement of the voltage quality in the network and the increase in its throughput. This is important when providing energy supply to large urban projects.
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