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   63.5 Operational
Boris Gleb   56 Operational
Baksan Baksan 43°39′18.39″N 43°23′48.87″E / 43.6551083°N 43.3969083°E / 43.6551083; 43.3969083 (Baksan Hydroelectric Station) 27 Rebuilding
Belomorskaya   27 Operational
Belorechenskaya   48 Operational
Boguchany Kodinsk 58°41′40″N 99°08′56″E / 58.69444°N 99.14889°E / 58.69444; 99.14889 (Boguchany Hydroelectric Power Station) 2,997 Operational
Bratsk[2] Bratsk 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) 1,370 Oper. at low head
Chirkey[3] Dubki 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   14.2 Operational
Ezminskaya   45 Operational
Gelbakh   44 Operational
Gergebil   17.8 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) 22.9 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) 662.4 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   65.1 Operational
Kaitakoski   11.2 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] Sinegorye 62°03′30″N 150°25′00″E / 62.05833°N 150.41667°E / 62.05833; 150.41667 (Kolyma Hydroelectric Station) 900 Operational
Kondopoga Kondopoga 25.6 Operational
Krasnopolyanskaya   28.9 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 Lesogorsky 61°03′30.6″N 28°52′24.24″E / 61.058500°N 28.8734000°E / 61.058500; 28.8734000 (Lesogorsk Hydroelectric Station) 118 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) 99 Operational
Lower Teriberka[3]   26.5 Operational
Lower Tuloma[3] 57.2 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] Bodaybo   100.2 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) 125.1 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) 1,205 Oper. at low head
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
Novosibirsk[3] Novosibirsk 54°51′01.08″N 82°59′11.4″E / 54.8503000°N 82.986500°E / 54.8503000; 82.986500 (Novosibirsk Hydroelectric Station) 460 Operational
Niva-1[3]   26 Operational
Niva-2[3]   60 Operational
Niva-3[3]   155.5 Operational
Onda   80 Operational
Jäniskoski   30.5 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) 201.6 Operational
Poduzhemskaya   48 Operational
Putkinskaya   84 Operational
Rajakoski   43.2 Operational
Rybinsk Rybinsk 58°06′00″N 38°42′35″E / 58.10000°N 38.70972°E / 58.10000; 38.70972 (Rybinsk Hydroelectric Station) 356.4 Operational
Saratov Balakovo 52°03′11″N 47°45′18″E / 52.05306°N 47.75500°E / 52.05306; 47.75500 (Saratov Hydroelectric Station) 1,391 Operational two turbines not available
Sayano-Shushenskaya Dam Sayanogorsk 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]   204.9 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) 122 Operational
Svistukhinskaya   11.8 Operational
Tolmacheva-2   24.8 Operational
Tolmacheva-3   18.4 Operational
Tsimlyansk Volgodonsk 47°36′28″N 42°06′32″E / 47.6078991°N 42.1088791°E / 47.6078991; 42.1088791 (Tsimlyansk Hydroelectric Station) 211.5 Operational
Uglich Uglich 57°31′38″N 38°17′54″E / 57.5273452°N 38.2983398°E / 57.5273452; 38.2983398 (Uglich Hydroelectric Station) 120 Operational
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] Ust-Ilimsk 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
Ust-Srednekan[3] Ust-Srednekan 62°25′04″N 152°09′09″E / 62.41778°N 152.15250°E / 62.41778; 152.15250 (Ust-Srednekan Hydroelectric Plant) 570 Under construction
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) 2,650 Operational Terminal of HVDC Volgograd-Donbass on dam
Volkhov Volkhov 56°47′26″N 54°05′30″E / 56.7905376°N 54.0915298°E / 56.7905376; 54.0915298 (Volkhov hydroelectric plant) 86 Operational
Votkinsk Chaykovsky 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 Zhigulyovsk 53°26′42″N 49°29′24″E / 53.44500°N 49.49000°E / 53.44500; 49.49000 (Zhiguli Hydroelectric Station) 2,404 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

Solar photovoltaic[edit]

The following is a list of photovoltaic power stations in Russia:[a]

Station Location Coordinates Capacity (MW) Status
Orsk Power Station Svetlinsky, Orenburg 30 Operational
Novosergievka Power Station Novosergievka, Orenburg district 45 Operational
Sorochinsk Power Station Sorochinsk 60 Operational
Zavodskaya[9][10] Astrakhan 46°23′05″N 48°19′56″E / 46.3847999°N 48.3323145°E / 46.3847999; 48.3323145 15 Operational (2022)
Promstroymaterialy[9][11] Astrakhan 46°20′45″N 48°23′59″E / 46.345904°N 48.399623°E / 46.345904; 48.399623 15 Operational (2022)
Samara PPS [ru][9][12] Samara 53°12′28″N 50°12′27″E / 53.207897°N 50.20752°E / 53.207897; 50.20752 75 Operational (2022)
Mikhaylovskaya[9][13] Astrakhan Oblast 46°41′52″N 47°50′00″E / 46.697768°N 47.833263°E / 46.697768; 47.833263 15 Operational (2017)
Elista severnaya (Elista North)[9][13] Astrakhan Oblast 46°41′52″N 47°50′00″E / 46.697768°N 47.833263°E / 46.697768; 47.833263 15 Operational (2017)
Kosh-agach Republic of Altai 5 2014
Kosh-agach 2 Republic of Altai 5 2015
Ust'-Kansk Republic of Altai 5 2016
Maiminskaya Republic of Altai 25 2017-2019
Onhudeyskaya Republic of Altai 5 2017
Ининская СЭС Republic of Altai 25 2019
Ust-Kosinskaya Republic of Altai 40 2019
Chemalskaya Republic of Altai 10 2020
Niva Astrakhan Oblast 15 2017
Phuntovskaya Astrakhan Oblast 60 2019
Akhtubinskaya Astrakhan Oblast 60 2019
Limanskaya Astrakhan Oblast 30 2019
Buribayevskaya Bashkortostan 20 2015-2016
Isyangulovskaya Bashkortostan 9 2017
Burzyanskaya СЭС Bashkortostan 10 2020
Bichurskaya Buryatia 10 2017
Khorinskaya СЭС Buryatia 15 2019
Perevoletskaya СЭС Orenburg Oblast 5 2015
Sol-iletskaya Orenburg Oblast 25 2017
Chkalovskaya Orenburg Oblast 30 2019
Grigorievskaya СЭС Orenburg Oblast 10 2019
Yelshanskaya Orenburg Oblast 25 2019
Dombarovskaya Orenburg Oblast 25 2019
Maloderbentovskaya Kalmykia 15 2019
Yashulskaya Kalmykia 33,5 2019
Pugachevskaya Saratov oblast 15 2017
Orlov-gayskaya Saratov oblast 15 2017-2018
Novouznenskaya Saratov oblast 15 2018
Adygeyskaya Republic of Adygea 4 2020

In addition there are distributed PV systems on rooftops and PV installations in off-grid locations.

Tidal[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°14′50″N 44°00′54″E / 46.247226°N 44.014996°E / 46.247226; 44.014996 (Kalmytskaya Wind Farm) Oper. Partially
Kulikovskaya Wind Farm 5.1 54°56′02″N 20°21′0″E / 54.93389°N 20.35000°E / 54.93389; 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

Three large wind power stations (25, 19, and 15 GWt[clarification needed]) became available to Russia after it took over the disputed territory of Crimea in May 2014. Built by Ukraine, these stations are not yet shown in the table above.

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's first nuclear power plant
Sibirskaya Seversk 56°37′37″N 84°54′19″E EI-2 100 1958–1990
ADE-3 1961–1992
ADE-4 1963–2008
ADE-5 1965–2008
Beloyarskaya Zarechny 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–
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 1973–2018
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) EGP-6 12 1974–2019 combined heat and power production
EGP-6 12 1975–
EGP-6 12 1976–
EGP-6 12 1977–
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) 2,400 Coal Operational 370-metre 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 pylons
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) 3,363 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) 3,130 Natural gas, Coal Operational [14]
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) 2,423 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 Natural gas 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) 1,315 Coal Operational

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Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Built by Russian company called Hevel (Russian: Хевел).[8]

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  2. ^ a b c JSC «Irkutskenergo»
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  4. ^ a b Hydro-Russia Archived 2010-11-18 at archive.today
  5. ^ Tatenergo Archived 2009-01-02 at the Wayback Machine
  6. ^ Europe’s largest pumped storage station will be in Russia
  7. ^ Zagorsk Hydroelectric Pumped Storage Power Plant-2
  8. ^ "Хевел: Генерация". June 29, 2022.
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  10. ^ "Заводская солнечная электростанция". solarsystems.msk.ru. Retrieved 2022-06-12.
  11. ^ "Солнечная электростанция "Промстройматериалы"". solarsystems.msk.ru. Retrieved 2022-06-12.
  12. ^ "Самарская солнечная электростанция, 1-я очередь". solarsystems.msk.ru. Retrieved 2022-06-12.
  13. ^ a b "СЭС Михайловская". energybase.ru (in Russian). Retrieved 2022-06-12.
  14. ^ Ryazan Power Station, archived from the original on 2011-07-21, retrieved 2010-03-28