Science and the Enterprises

The Novosibirsk Hydroelectric Power Station and the Ob Sea

Ob is the longest river in Russia. Its length is 5410 kilometers. It originates in Altay and flows in the north into the Kara Sea. There's a reservoir in the south part of the riverbed, called the Ob Sea. It was founded in the last century while the construction of a dam of Novosibirsk Hydroelectric Power Plant. The Power Plant makes a part of the Integrated Energy System of Siberia and is a regulating source of electricity. For 50 years Novosibirsk hydroplant has produced 93 billion kilowatt-hours of energy and economized around 28 million tonnes of coal, and that is equal to 9 thousand railway carriages with this expensive fuel. Andrei Ivanov told about how it works in this film.

Director Yuriy Pes'yakov

Presenter Andrey Ivanov

Year 2010

Duration 00:12:08

Director Yuriy Pes'yakov

Presenter Andrey Ivanov

Ob is the longest river in Russia. Its length is 5410 kilometers. It originates in Altay and flows in the north into the Kara Sea. There's a reservoir in the south part of the riverbed, called the Ob Sea. It was founded in the last century while the construction of a dam of Novosibirsk Hydroelectric Power Plant. The Power Plant makes a part of the Integrated Energy System of Siberia and is a regulating source of electricity. For 50 years Novosibirsk hydroplant has produced 93 billion kilowatt-hours of energy and economized around 28 million tonnes of coal, and that is equal to 9 thousand railway carriages with this expensive fuel. Andrei Ivanov told about how it works in this film.

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