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Dniester Pumped Storage Power Station

Technology Type Open-loop Pumped Hydro Storage
Rated Power 2268000 kW
Duration at Rated Power (HH:MM) 0:15.00 / 0.00
URL More about Dniester Pumped Storage Power Station
The Dniester Pumped Storage Power Station is a pumped storage hydroelectric scheme that uses the Dniester River 8 km (5 mi) northeast of Sokyriany in Chernivtsi Oblast, Ukraine. Currently, one of the seven 324 MW generators is operational and when complete, the power station will have an installed capacity of 2,268 MW. During pumping, the power station will consume a maximum of 2,947 MW.
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Project Status
Status Operational
Project Includes Multiple Systems No
Siting
Location

Sokyriany, Chernivtsi Oblast
Ukraine

ISO/RTO N/A
Utility Type
Paired Grid Resource Transmission
Paired Grid Resource Dniester HPP-I, Dniester HPP-II
Project Includes Multiple Systems No
Ownership & Value Chain Partners
Ownership Model Third-Party-Owned
Equity Owner 1 Ukrhydroenergo
O&M Contractor Dnisterhydroenergo
Cost & Performance
Performance Performance metrics not available.
Benefits
Service Use Case Electric Energy Time Shift
Electric Supply Capacity
Electric Supply Reserve Capacity - Spinning
Frequency Regulation
Load Following (Tertiary Balancing)
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