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Construction work resumed at YCCPP-2

In addition to easing restrictions on the spread of the new type of coronavirus infection, construction work on the Yerevan Combined Cycle Electric Power Plant-2 has resumed in Yerevan.

Training courses for employees

Highlighting the role of the human resources in the construction phase of the Yerevan Combined Cycle Hydro Power Plant

Contract on building TPP in Yerevan signed

The amended framework agreement on building a 254 MW gas-fueled combined cycle electricity station in Yerevan was signed. Caretaker minister of energy infrastructures and natural resources Garegin Baghramyan, Renco CEO Giovanni Rubini and Armpower CEO Christian Cucurachi inked the deal.

Construction of 254 MW power plant starts on Yerevan

Construction of a 254 MW combined-cycle gas turbine power plant launched in Yerevan. Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan attended the ceremony. The project is implemented by the Italian Renco company with an investment of about USD 266 million.

The Yerevan Thermal Power Plant 2 Project has been recognized by The Government of Armenia as a strategic Project for the Country.

The Government allowed the Project Site to remain open and carry out activities during the lockdown period.

Temporary minimization of construction activities.

ARMPOWER CJSC, within the framework of the implemented measures against coronavirus infection in the Republic of Armenia, has decided to minimize construction activites of a new 250 MW combined cycle power plant for a period of 14 days.

The State Expertise Conclusion on Environmental Impact Assessment was approved

On November 13, 2019, the Minister of Environment of the Republic of Armenia Eric Grigoryan approved the State Expertise on Environmental Impact Assessment for the Construction and Operation of a New 254 MW Combined Steam and Gas Cycle (HPP) in Yerevan.

Construction of 254 MW power plant starts on Yerevan

Construction of a 254 MW combined-cycle gas turbine power plant launched in Yerevan. Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan attended the ceremony. The project is implemented by the Italian Renco company with an investment of about USD 266 million.