Kiisa Emergency backup power station


The Kiisa emergency backup power station was built to ensure the reliability of the Estonian power system. The total capacity of the natural gas and diesel-powered two-block station is 250 MW. During the first construction stage, the first block of the 110 MW fully automatic power station was built. The block comprises two 110 kV switchyard transformer compartments, a 350-metre overhead line to the Kiisa substation, two 110/20 kV power transformers, 20 kV switchgear, twelve engine blocks as well as auxiliary, control and automation equipment, all of which are interconnected with about 140 km of supply and control cables. During the second stage, the 140 MW section was built, comprising three 330 kV switchyard transformer compartments, a 250 metre overhead line to the Kiisa substation, three 330/20 kV power transformers, 20 kV switchgear, fifteen engine blocks as well as auxiliary, control and automation equipment, all of which are interconnected with about 147 km of supply and control cables.

Client:
Wärtsilä OY
Name of the project:
Kiisa Emergency backup power station
Category:
Civil engineering
Type of construction:
Low- and medium voltage networks. Consumer and production installations, grid connections points
Description of work:
New building
Country:
Estonia
Address:
Tõdva village, Saku, Harjumaa
Beginning of the project:
2012
Year of completion:
2014

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