Mongolian engineers build a power plant

A maze of electrical components was assembled by young Mongolian engineers to provide
reliable electricity in the Bayanzurkh district
A sub electric generating plant has been assembled and put into operation by Mongolian engineers. With the
help of this 220 kw “Ulaanbaatar” sub power plant, the residents of Bayanzurkh district are now completely protected from electrical power shortages.
It is appreciated that many products labeled “Made in Mongolia” are becoming popular in the world arena. Mongolian documentary film-makers were recently distinguished at the film festival of the Asia and Pacific region, Mongolian leather and wool products and souvenirs made of these materials are becoming very competitive on the world market, and Mongolia is now selling the trolleybus they assemble by hand, in their own country, to other countries. We can numerate the list of many branches where Mongolian youth are advancing. An event which took place the other day proves that Mongolians, if they’ll wish and if they’re not be lazy, are people with high intellectual potential and can do anything if they are supported and encouraged. A group of young Mongolian people built the new power plant with their own hands. They built a new extension of the 220 kw “Ulaanbaatar” substation with the aim of ensuring electricity to the Bayanzurkh district in Ulaanbaatar, the satellite cities in the eastern region and the areas in the direction of Baganuur- Choir, to improve reliable and smooth electric generation. 
The utility pieces of Swiss “ABB” and Italian “COELME” with high update capacity and meeting international standards were installed in the substation which is believed will operate for 30 years. The utility pieces of the substation are worth Tg2.4 billion and were ordered from the “ABB” company and installed. The following has been clarified from P.Jamyandorj, the project leader at the opening ceremony of the substation.
Are you planning to further manufacture similar sub power plants? Have you met any difficulties or problems?
-It is planned to build five sub power plants around the capital city under the project of the “Innovation and Repairing of the Electricity Transmission Net of Central Region” financed by SIDA. One of 220 kw and four of 110 kw sub plants shall be built in Songino-Oyutolgoi direction.
- Shall all of them be done by Mongolian engineers without foreigners?
-The basic equipment has been ordered from Sweden and assembled by Mongolian engineers. More than 60 engineers and technical operators worked on the sub plant completing it in 5 months. The new sub plant must
be a key station for supplying electric  power the east and south regions of Mongolia and furthermore to the Gobi regions.
Under the above-said project, it is planned to renew 220 and 110 kw  SF6 gas cutters, dry isolators and the
current and voltage transformers at the named 15 sub plants in the territory of eight aimags in the Central region. In this time of development, households  in some areas continue to use candles. Hopefully, with the help and proficient ability of Mongolian engineers, these households will very soon forget about using masses of wax to produce light. 

source: 'The Mongol Messenger' newspaper


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