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0 Two Hydroelectric Pumped Storage Power Stations In Zagorsk

Two Hydroelectric Pumped Storage Power Stations In Zagorsk


The hydroelectric pumped storage power station in Zagorsk, Moscow region, is the only acting hydroelectric pumped storage power station in Russia.

The station deals with two tasks simultaneously: it generates and consumes electric energy. Capacity generated by the station is not large but is in demand due to reversibility of the cycle.

Thus, an atomic power plant generates a certain amount of energy. In view of load lacking the freed capacity has to be spent somewhere or energy output needs to be decreased. The second variant is not good at all. It usually takes an A-plant 9 months to use a definite amount of fuel. If the capacity is changed, the mentioned term will be decreased to 6 months.

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