The company is to design, produce, deliver, and install two hydraulic turbines and two hydro generators with a capacity of 335MW for two of the plant’s six units.

Deliveries of the equipment will start in the second half of 2006, and the units are to be commissioned in June and November 2007.

Equipment for the four other units at the plant was produced by the St. Petersburg-based engineering firm Elektrosila.

Bureya, on the Amur river, is Russia’s largest hydro power project of the past 15 years, with a total generating capacity of 2000MW. The station is owned by Unified Energy System (UES).