List of power stations in Russia

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The following page lists the power stations in Russia.

Renewable[edit]

Geothermal[edit]

Station Capacity (MWe) Capacity (MWt) Location Status
Mutnovskaya Power Station[1] 50     Operational
Verhne-Mutnovskaya Power Station[1] 12     Operational
Pauzhetskaya Power Station[1] 14.5     Operational
Mendeleevskaya Power Station[1] 3.6 20   Operational
Okeanskaya Power Station[1] 3.6     Operational

Hydroelectric[edit]

Station Town Coordinates Capacity (MW) Status Remarks
Aushiger   64 Operational
Boris Gleb   56 Operational
Baksan 43°39′18.39″N 43°23′48.87″E / 43.6551083°N 43.3969083°E / 43.6551083; 43.3969083 (Baksan Hydroelectric Station) 25 Rebuilding
Belomorskaya   27 Operational
Belorechenskaya   48 Operational
Boguchany Kodinsk 58°25′12″N 99°05′35″E / 58.42000°N 99.09306°E / 58.42000; 99.09306 (Boguchany Hydroelectric Power Station) 3,000 Under construction
Bratsk[2] Osinovka 56°17′10″N 101°47′10″E / 56.28611°N 101.78611°E / 56.28611; 101.78611 (Bratsk Dam) 4,500 Operational
Bureya Dam Talakan 50°16′07″N 130°18′54″E / 50.26861°N 130.31500°E / 50.26861; 130.31500 (Bureya Dam) 2,010 Operational
Cheboksary Novocheboksarsk 56°08′17″N 47°27′56″E / 56.13806°N 47.46556°E / 56.13806; 47.46556 (Cheboksary Hydroelectric Station) 1,404 Oper. at low head
Chirkey[3] Zubutl 42°58′37.92″N 46°52′14.88″E / 42.9772000°N 46.8708000°E / 42.9772000; 46.8708000 (Chirkey Hydroelectric Station) 1000 Operational
Chiryurt-1   72 Operational
Egorlyk   30 Operational
Egorlyk-2   14 Operational
Ezminskaya   45 Operational
Gelbakh   44 Operational
Gergebil   18 Operational
Gizeldon Koban 42°54′09″N 44°27′36.36″E / 42.90250°N 44.4601000°E / 42.90250; 44.4601000 (Gizeldon Hydroelectric Station) 23 Operational
Gunib   15 Operational
Hevoskoski   47 Operational
Iova 66°40′09″N 31°23′22″E / 66.66917°N 31.38944°E / 66.66917; 31.38944 (Iova Hydroelectric Station) 96 Operational
Irganajskaya[3] Gimry 42°44′42.72″N 46°49′53.76″E / 42.7452000°N 46.8316000°E / 42.7452000; 46.8316000 (Irganajskaya Hydroelectric Station) 400 Operational
Iriklinskaya   30 Operational
Irkutsk[2] Irkutsk 52°14′12″N 104°19′18″E / 52.23667°N 104.32167°E / 52.23667; 104.32167 (Irkutsk Hydroelectric Station) 662 Operational
Ivankovo Dubna 56°44′11″N 37°07′16.38″E / 56.73639°N 37.1212167°E / 56.73639; 37.1212167 (Ivankovkaya Hydroelectric Station) 30 Operational
Kashkhatau   65 Operational
Krasnopolyanskaya   29 Operational
Kaitakoski   11 Operational
Kama Perm 58°06′56″N 56°19′50″E / 58.11556°N 56.33056°E / 58.11556; 56.33056 (Kama Hydroelectric Station) 522 Operational
Khjazhegubskaya[3]   160 Operational
Kolyma[3] Sinegore 62°03′30″N 150°25′00″E / 62.05833°N 150.41667°E / 62.05833; 150.41667 (Kolyma Hydroelectric Station) 900 Operational
Kondopoga 26 Operational
Krasnoyarsk Divnogorsk 55°56′05″N 92°17′40″E / 55.93472°N 92.29444°E / 55.93472; 92.29444 (Krasnoyarsk Hydroelectric Dam) 6,000 Operational
Krivoporozhskaya[3]   180 Operational
Kuban-1   37 Operational
Kuban-2 Udarnyy 44°20′42″N 42°30′00″E / 44.3450898°N 42.4999237°E / 44.3450898; 42.4999237 (Kuban-2 Hydroelectric Station) 184 Operational
Kuban-3   87 Operational
Kuban-4   78 Operational
Kuma   80 Operational
Kureyka[4] 600 Operational
Lesogorsk Lesogorsk 61°03′30.6″N 28°52′24.24″E / 61.058500°N 28.8734000°E / 61.058500; 28.8734000 (Lesogorsk Hydroelectric Station) 106 Operational
Lower Svir[3] Svirstroy 60°48′25″N 33°42′08″E / 60.8069204°N 33.7021065°E / 60.8069204; 33.7021065 (Lower Svir Hydroelectric Station) 103 Operational
Lower Teriberka[3]   27 Operational
Lower Tuloma[3] 57 Operational
Maina[3] Golubaya 52°58′13″N 91°29′45″E / 52.9703271°N 91.4957714°E / 52.9703271; 91.4957714 (Maina Hydroelectric Station) 321 Operational
Mamakan[3]   100 Operational
Matkozhnenskaya   63 Operational
Miatly[3]   220 Operational
Narva[3] Ivangorod 59°22′04″N 28°12′40″E / 59.36778°N 28.21111°E / 59.36778; 28.21111 (Narva Hydroelectric Station) 125 Operational
Nizhnekamsk [5] Naberezhnye Chelny 55°41′59″N 52°16′43″E / 55.69972°N 52.27861°E / 55.69972; 52.27861 (Nizhnekamsk Hydroelectric Station) 1,248 Oper. at low head
Novosibirsk[3] Levye-Chemy 54°51′01.08″N 82°59′11.4″E / 54.8503000°N 82.986500°E / 54.8503000; 82.986500 (Novosibirsk Hydroelectric Station) 455 Operational
Niva-1[3]   26 Operational
Niva-2[3]   60 Operational
Niva-3[3]   156 Operational
Nizhny Novgorod Gorodets 56°40′22″N 43°23′55″E / 56.6728294°N 43.3987427°E / 56.6728294; 43.3987427 (Nizhny Novgorod Hydroelectric Station) 520 Operational
Onda   80 Operational
Jäniskoski   31 Operational
Palakorgskaya   30 Operational
Palyeozerskaya   25 Operational
Pavlovka Pavlovka 55°25′04″N 56°32′01″E / 55.4178103°N 56.5335846°E / 55.4178103; 56.5335846 (Pavlovskaya Hydroelectric Station) 166 Operational
Poduzhemskaya   48 Operational
Putkinskaya   84 Operational
Rajakoski   43 Operational
Rybinsk Ugol 58°06′00″N 38°42′35″E / 58.10000°N 38.70972°E / 58.10000; 38.70972 (Rybinsk Hydroelectric Station) 346 Operational
Saratov Balakovo 52°03′11″N 47°45′18″E / 52.05306°N 47.75500°E / 52.05306; 47.75500 (Saratov Hydroelectric Station) 1,270 Operational two turbines not available
Sayano–Shushenskaya Dam Cheremushki 52°49′31″N 91°22′15″E / 52.82528°N 91.37083°E / 52.82528; 91.37083 (Sayano–Shushenskaya Dam) 6,400 Oper. 4 turbines
Sengilevskaya   15 Operational
Serebryanskaya-1[3]   205 Operational
Serebryanskaya-2[3]   150 Operational
Sheksna   84 Operational
Shirokovskaya   28 Operational
Svetogorsk Svetogorsk 61°06′15.84″N 28°50′21.84″E / 61.1044000°N 28.8394000°E / 61.1044000; 28.8394000 (Svetogorsk Hydroelectric Station) 118 Operational
Svistukhinskaya   12 Operational
Tolmacheva-2   25 Operational
Tolmacheva-3   18 Operational
Tsimlyansk Krasnoyarskaya 47°36′28″N 42°06′32″E / 47.6078991°N 42.1088791°E / 47.6078991; 42.1088791 (Tsimlyansk Hydroelectric Station) 209 Operational
Uglich Uglich 57°31′38″N 38°17′54″E / 57.5273452°N 38.2983398°E / 57.5273452; 38.2983398 (Uglich Hydroelectric Station) 55 Operational one turbine not working
Upper Svir[3] Podporozhye 60°55.3′N 34°11.55′E / 60.9217°N 34.19250°E / 60.9217; 34.19250 (Upper Svir Hydroelectric Station) 160 Operational
Upper Teriberka[3]   130 Operational
Upper Tuloma[3] Verkhetulomskiy 68°36′24″N 31°44′52″E / 68.60667°N 31.74778°E / 68.60667; 31.74778 (Upper Tuloma Hydroelectric Station) 268 Operational
Ust-Ilimsk[2] Zheleznodorozhnyy 57°58′06″N 102°41′45″E / 57.96833°N 102.69583°E / 57.96833; 102.69583 (Ust-Ilimsk Hydroelectric Station) 3,840 Operational
Ust-Khantaika[3]   441 Operational
Viluy[3]   648 Operational
Viluy-III[3]   270 Operational one turbine not working
Volga Volgograd 48°49′34″N 44°40′19″E / 48.82611°N 44.67194°E / 48.82611; 44.67194 (Volga Hydroelectric Station) 2,583 Operational Terminal of HVDC Volgograd-Donbass on dam
Volkhov Volkhovskiy 56°47′26″N 54°05′30″E / 56.7905376°N 54.0915298°E / 56.7905376; 54.0915298 (Volkhov hydroelectric plant) 86 Operational
Votkinsk Tschaikowski 56°47′12.63″N 54°04′44.01″E / 56.7868417°N 54.0788917°E / 56.7868417; 54.0788917 (Votkinsk Hydroelectric Station) 1,020 Operational
Vygostrovskaya   40 Operational
Yumaguzinskaya   45 Operational
Yushozerskaya   18 Operational
Zaramag-head   15 Operational
Zelenchuk[4] Kumysh 43°53′54″N 41°52′57″E / 43.8983562°N 41.8825436°E / 43.8983562; 41.8825436 (Zelenchuk Hydroelectric Station) 160 Operational two turbines not available
Zeya[3] Zeya 53°46′11″N 127°18′21″E / 53.7698192°N 127.3057938°E / 53.7698192; 127.3057938 (Zeya Hydroelectric Station) 1,330 Operational
Zhiguli Zhigulevsk 53°26′42″N 49°29′24″E / 53.44500°N 49.49000°E / 53.44500; 49.49000 (Zhiguli Hydroelectric Station) 2,320 Operational

Pumped-storage hydroelectric[edit]

Station Town Coordinates Capacity gen/pump (MW) Status
Kuban Pumped Storage Station 15.9/19.2 Operational
Moscow Canal Scheme 56°43′N 37°08′E / 56.717°N 37.133°E / 56.717; 37.133 (Moscow Canal) 31.1/101.0 Operational
Zagorsk-1 Pumped Storage Station[6] Bogorodskoye 56°28′55″N 38°11′28″E / 56.48194°N 38.19111°E / 56.48194; 38.19111 (Zagorsk-1 Pumped Storage Station) 1200/1320 Operational
Zagorsk-2 Pumped Storage Station U/C[7] 56°28′25″N 38°11′08″E / 56.47361°N 38.18556°E / 56.47361; 38.18556 (Zagorsk-2 Pumped Storage Station) 840 Construction

Tide[edit]

Station Town Coordinates Capacity (MW) Status
Kislaya Guba Tidal Power Station Kislaya Guba 69°21′55″N 33°04′15″E / 69.36528°N 33.07083°E / 69.36528; 33.07083 (Kislaya Guba Tidal Power Station) 1.7 Operational

Wind[edit]

Station Capacity (MW) Location Status
Kalmytskaya Wind Farm 1.0 46.247226°N 44.014996°E / 46.247226°N 44.014996°E / 46.247226; 44.014996 (Kalmytskaya Wind Farm) Oper. Partially
Kulikovskaya Wind Farm 5.1 54°56′54″N 20°21′0″E / 54.94833°N 20.35000°E / 54.94833; 20.35000 (Kulikovskaya Wind Farm) Operational
Tyupkildy Wind Farm 2.2 54°34′15.08″N 54°14′30.60″E / 54.5708556°N 54.2418333°E / 54.5708556; 54.2418333 (Tyupkildy Wind Farm) Operational

Non-renewable[edit]

Nuclear[edit]

Name Location Coordinates Type Capacity (MWe) Operational Notes
Obninskaya Obninsk 55°5′2.45″N 36°34′16.85″E / 55.0840139°N 36.5713472°E / 55.0840139; 36.5713472 (Obninsk Nuclear Power Plant) AM-1 5 1954–2002 world first nuclear power plant
Sibirskaya Seversk EI-2 100 1958–1990
ADE-3 1961–1992
ADE-4 1963–2008
ADE-5 1965–2008
Beloyarskaya Zarechny[disambiguation needed] 56°50′28.84″N 61°19′8.75″E / 56.8413444°N 61.3190972°E / 56.8413444; 61.3190972 (Beloyarsk Nuclear Power Plant, Unit 1) AMB-100 100 1964–1981
56°50′28.88″N 61°19′13.61″E / 56.8413556°N 61.3204472°E / 56.8413556; 61.3204472 (Beloyarsk Nuclear Power Plant, Unit 2) AMB-200 200 1967–1989
56°50′29.68″N 61°19′22.81″E / 56.8415778°N 61.3230028°E / 56.8415778; 61.3230028 (Beloyarsk Nuclear Power Plant, Unit 3) BN-600 560 1980–
BN-800 789 under construction
Novovoronezh Novovoronezh 51°16′9.77″N 39°11′49.77″E / 51.2693806°N 39.1971583°E / 51.2693806; 39.1971583 (Novovoronesh Nuclear Power Plant, Unit 1) VVER 210 1964–1984
51°16′15.18″N 39°11′53.09″E / 51.2708833°N 39.1980806°E / 51.2708833; 39.1980806 (Novovoronesh Nuclear Power Plant, Unit 2) VVER 365 1969–1990
51°16′27.89″N 39°12′3.29″E / 51.2744139°N 39.2009139°E / 51.2744139; 39.2009139 (Novovoronesh Nuclear Power Plant, Unit 3) VVER 417 1971–
51°16′31.56″N 39°12′3.06″E / 51.2754333°N 39.2008500°E / 51.2754333; 39.2008500 (Novovoronesh Nuclear Power Plant, Unit 4) VVER 417 1972–
51°16′54.85″N 39°12′36.89″E / 51.2819028°N 39.2102472°E / 51.2819028; 39.2102472 (Novovoronesh Nuclear Power Plant, Unit 5) VVER 1000 1980–
Dimitrovgradskaya Dimitrovgrad 54°11′9.13″N 49°28′23″E / 54.1858694°N 49.47306°E / 54.1858694; 49.47306 (Research Institute of Atomic Reactors) BOR-60 12 1968–
Leningradskaya Sosnovy Bor 59°51′7.14″N 29°2′53.35″E / 59.8519833°N 29.0481528°E / 59.8519833; 29.0481528 (Leningrad nuclear power plant, Unit 1) RBMK 1000 1973–
59°51′11.14″N 29°2′57.83″E / 59.8530944°N 29.0493972°E / 59.8530944; 29.0493972 (Leningrad nuclear power plant, Unit 2) RBMK 1000 1975–
59°50′20.24″N 29°2′2.83″E / 59.8389556°N 29.0341194°E / 59.8389556; 29.0341194 (Leningrad nuclear power plant, Unit 3) RBMK 1000 1979–
59°50′26.59″N 29°2′29.35″E / 59.8407194°N 29.0414861°E / 59.8407194; 29.0414861 (Leningrad nuclear power plant, Unit 4) RBMK 1000 1981–
Kolskaya Polyarnye Zori 67°27′56″N 32°28′44″E / 67.46556°N 32.47889°E / 67.46556; 32.47889 (Kola nuclear power plant) VVER 440 1973–
VVER 440 1974–
VVER 440 1981–
VVER 440 1984–
Bilibibskaya Bilibino 68°03′02″N 166°32′22″E / 68.05056°N 166.53944°E / 68.05056; 166.53944 (Bilibino nuclear power plant) EPG 12 1974– combined heat and power production
EGP 12 1974–
EGP 12 1975–
EGP 12 1976–
Kurskaya Kurchatov 51°40′39.02″N 35°36′32.56″E / 51.6775056°N 35.6090444°E / 51.6775056; 35.6090444 (Kurskaya nuclear power plant, Unit 1) RBMK 1000 1976–
51°40′35.45″N 35°36′25.96″E / 51.6765139°N 35.6072111°E / 51.6765139; 35.6072111 (Kurskaya nuclear power plant, Unit 2) RBMK 1000 1979–
51°40′29.68″N 35°36′15.06″E / 51.6749111°N 35.6041833°E / 51.6749111; 35.6041833 (Kurskaya nuclear power plant, Unit 3) RBMK 1000 1983–
51°40′27.64″N 35°36′11.66″E / 51.6743444°N 35.6032389°E / 51.6743444; 35.6032389 (Kurskaya nuclear power plant, Unit 4) RBMK 1000 1985–
Smolenskaya Desnogorsk 54°10′5.34″N 33°14′22.86″E / 54.1681500°N 33.2396833°E / 54.1681500; 33.2396833 (Smolensk nuclear power plant, Unit 1) RBMK 1000 1982–
54°10′2.63″N 33°14′20.62″E / 54.1673972°N 33.2390611°E / 54.1673972; 33.2390611 (Smolensk nuclear power plant, Unit 2) RBMK 1000 1985–
54°9′53.63″N 33°14′13.36″E / 54.1648972°N 33.2370444°E / 54.1648972; 33.2370444 (Smolensk nuclear power plant, Unit 3) RBMK 1000 1990–
Kalininskaya Udomlya 57°54′11.99″N 35°03′21.52″E / 57.9033306°N 35.0559778°E / 57.9033306; 35.0559778 (Kalinin nuclear power plant, Unit 1) VVER 1000 1984–
57°54′15.78″N 35°03′26.66″E / 57.9043833°N 35.0574056°E / 57.9043833; 35.0574056 (Kalinin nuclear power plant, Unit 2) VVER 1000 1986–
57°54′20.31″N 35°03′32.95″E / 57.9056417°N 35.0591528°E / 57.9056417; 35.0591528 (Kalinin nuclear power plant, Unit 3) VVER 1000 2004–
57°54′24.27″N 35°03′38.38″E / 57.9067417°N 35.0606611°E / 57.9067417; 35.0606611 (Kalinin nuclear power plant, Unit 4) VVER 1000 2011-
Balakovskaya Balakovo 52°05′32.17″N 47°57′4.1″E / 52.0922694°N 47.951139°E / 52.0922694; 47.951139 (Balakovo nuclear power plant, Unit 1) VVER 1000 1985–
52°05′34.28″N 47°57′11.71″E / 52.0928556°N 47.9532528°E / 52.0928556; 47.9532528 (Balakovo nuclear power plant, Unit 2) VVER 1000 1987–
52°05′36.3″N 47°57′19.31″E / 52.093417°N 47.9553639°E / 52.093417; 47.9553639 (Balakovo nuclear power plant, Unit 3) VVER 1000 1988–
52°05′38.39″N 47°57′26.9″E / 52.0939972°N 47.957472°E / 52.0939972; 47.957472 (Balakovo nuclear power plant, Unit 4) VVER 1000 1993–
Volgodonskaya Volgodonsk 47°35′5.76″N 42°22′1.85″E / 47.5849333°N 42.3671806°E / 47.5849333; 42.3671806 (Volgodonsk nuclear power plant, Unit 1) VVER 1000 2001–
47°36′2.16″N 42°22′22.15″E / 47.6006000°N 42.3728194°E / 47.6006000; 42.3728194 (Volgodonsk nuclear power plant, Unit 2) VVER 1000 2009–

Thermal[edit]

Station Town Coordinates Capacity (MWe) Fuel Status Remarks Ref
Beryozovskaya GRES Sharypovo 55°34′46″N 89°04′21″E / 55.57944°N 89.07250°E / 55.57944; 89.07250 (Beryozovskaya GRES) 1,500 Coal Operational 370 metres tall chimney  
Kashirskaya GRES Kashira 54°51′24.5″N 38°15′32.95″E / 54.856806°N 38.2591528°E / 54.856806; 38.2591528 (Kashirskaya GRES Chimney) 1,910 Coal, Natural gas Operational Chimneys serve as electricity pylon
Kirishskaya GRES-1 Kirishi 59°29′25.7″N 32°3′11″E / 59.490472°N 32.05306°E / 59.490472; 32.05306 (Kirishskaya GRES-1) 2,595 Natural gas Operational
Konakovskaya GRES Konakovo 56°44′35″N 36°46′13″E / 56.74306°N 36.77028°E / 56.74306; 36.77028 (Konakovo Power Station) 2,520 Natural gas Operational    
Kostromskaya GRES Volgorechensk 57°27′34″N 41°10′30″E / 57.45944°N 41.17500°E / 57.45944; 41.17500 (Kostromskaya Power Station) 3,600 Natural gas Operational    
Kurganskaya TEC Kurgan 55°24′36″N 65°13′52″E / 55.41000°N 65.23111°E / 55.41000; 65.23111 (Kurganskaya TEC)
Naberezhnochelninskaya TEC Naberezhnye Chelny 55°41′30.84″N 52°28′20.6″E / 55.6919000°N 52.472389°E / 55.6919000; 52.472389 (Naberezhnochelninskaya TEC) 1,180
Nizhnekamskaya TEC-2 Nizhnekamsk 55°34′39.18″N 51°56′42.89″E / 55.5775500°N 51.9452472°E / 55.5775500; 51.9452472 (Nizhnekamskaya TEC-2)
Permskaya GRES Dobryanka 58°29′53″N 56°20′42″E / 58.49806°N 56.34500°E / 58.49806; 56.34500 (Permskaya GRES) 2,400 Natural gas Operational
Reftinskaya GRES Reftinskiy 57°6′31″N 61°42′27″E / 57.10861°N 61.70750°E / 57.10861; 61.70750 (Reftinskaya GRES) 3,800 Coal Operational
Ryazan Power Station Novomichurinsk 54°02′03.98″N 39°46′39.17″E / 54.0344389°N 39.7775472°E / 54.0344389; 39.7775472 (Ryazanskaya GRES) 3,070 Natural gas, Coal Operational [8]
Ryazanskaya TEC Ryazan 54°33′48.5″N 39°46′10.49″E / 54.563472°N 39.7695806°E / 54.563472; 39.7695806 (Power Station)
Shaturskaya GRES Shatura 55°35′00″N 39°33′40″E / 55.58333°N 39.56111°E / 55.58333; 39.56111 (Shatura Power Station) 1,500 Peat, Coal, Natural gas, Oil Operational
Stavropolskaya GRES Solnechnodolsk 45°18′45.01″N 41°30′42.55″E / 45.3125028°N 41.5118194°E / 45.3125028; 41.5118194 (Stavropolskaya GRES) 2,400 Natural gas Operational
Surgut-1 Power Station Surgut 61°16′46″N 73°29′20″E / 61.27944°N 73.48889°E / 61.27944; 73.48889 (Surgut-1 Power Station) 3,268 Fuel oil Operational    
Surgut-2 Power Station Surgut 61°16′46″N 73°30′45″E / 61.27944°N 73.51250°E / 61.27944; 73.51250 (Surgut-2 Power Station) 5,597.1 Natural gas Operational    
TEC-2 Lipetsk Lipetsk 52°34′16″N 39°41′36″E / 52.57111°N 39.69333°E / 52.57111; 39.69333 (Chimney of TEC-2 Lipetsk)
TEC-2 Ulyanovsk Ulyanovsk 54°20′50.65″N 48°37′14.45″E / 54.3474028°N 48.6206806°E / 54.3474028; 48.6206806 (TEC-2 Ulyanovsk)
TEC-27 Moscow Moscow 55°54′56.69″N 37°41′19.46″E / 55.9157472°N 37.6887389°E / 55.9157472; 37.6887389 (TEC-27 Moscow) 1,060 Natural gas Operational
TEC-2 Tyumen Tyumen 57°5′19.4″N 65°37′50.3″E / 57.088722°N 65.630639°E / 57.088722; 65.630639 (TEC-2 Tyumen) 755
TEC-4 Omsk Omsk 54°5′5.55″N 73°12′47.22″E / 54.0848750°N 73.2131167°E / 54.0848750; 73.2131167 (TEC-4 Omsk)
TEC-5 Omsk Omsk 55°0′7.32″N 73°29′20.86″E / 55.0020333°N 73.4891278°E / 55.0020333; 73.4891278 (TEC-5 Omsk)
TEC Tobolsk Tobolsk 58°14′44.8″N 68°26′54.38″E / 58.245778°N 68.4484389°E / 58.245778; 68.4484389 (TEC Tobolsk) 665
Troitskaya GRES Troitsk 54°2′12.55″N 61°39′5.64″E / 54.0368194°N 61.6515667°E / 54.0368194; 61.6515667 (Troitskaya TEC) 2,059 Coal Operational

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