• Organization TypeService Providers
  • HeadquartersKyrgyzstan

OJSC Bishkekteploset

In October 2013, the 50th anniversary of the Open Joint Stock Company “Bishkekteploset” was celebrated. At the beginning of the 60s, the rapid growth of the industrial sector, the construction industry, the construction of multi-storey residential buildings began in Frunze, all of which necessitated a solution to the issue of providing the city with thermal energy (steam, hot water). Priorities were identified - the development of a combined heat and power plant (CHP) and the laying of heating networks with a central heating system in the city.  The history of the creation and development of the enterprise is closely connected with the launch of the CHP of the city of Frunze in 1961. In 1962, a heat network shop was established at the CHP, which serviced 0.4 km of heat networks with a connected heat load of 3.3 Gcal / hour. Heat output by the station was started in 1962, during which 12.3 thousand Gcal of heat was released in the form of superheated steam for the needs of a worsted and woolen combine.  A further increase in heat loads required the expansion of CHP, and with it the construction of new heating mains. In order to organize the operation of heat networks by order of Kirgizglavenergo of the Kirghiz SSR No. 361 dated October 18, 1963, the heat networks shop was transformed into the “Frunzensky District of Heat Networks”, from that moment the date of establishment of the enterprise is calculated. The first heating mains of the city of Frunze from the CHP were built according to the projects developed by the Central Asian branch of the Teploelektroproekt Institute in Tashkent. In 1962-1964 PP-1.2 steam pipelines with a diameter of 500 mm and a length of 9.5 km from the CHPP to ul. Fuchik for heat supply of industrial consumers of the Western industrial zone and water heating lines 2? 500 mm with a length of 4.3 km along Leninsky Prospect from the CHP to the street. Pravda-Kievskaya for heat supply in the central part of the city, as well as pumping stations No. 1,2,3. The development of a master plan for the development of the city required a more detailed study of the development of heat supply, therefore, in 1964, a master plan was developed for the development of heat supply for the period from 1965 to 1970. The implementation of this program made it possible to provide thermal energy to the Eastern industrial zone, the south-eastern part of the city, for the first time to begin the process of closing down small uneconomical boilers. In total, during the development of the heat supply system in Bishkek, about 400 small, uneconomical boilers operating on solid fuels were closed.  During this period, heating lines were built on the street. Alma-Atinskaya, Matrosov, st. Yaroslavl. In the first years of activity, the company operated only the main heating networks, and then, in accordance with the decree of the Council of Ministers of the Kirghiz SSR of August 2, 1965 No. 369, the quarterly heating networks were also taken into account. At this time, 70 km of heating networks were taken to the FRTS balance mainly from small boilers. By 1968, the region already has 140 km of heating networks in operation, of which 25 km of steam pipelines, 40 km of main heating networks, 75 km of intra-district heating networks. Attached heat load reached 400 Gcal / hour, and the annual heat supply amounted to 1.8 million Gcal. In connection with the increase in the volume of operation on September 27, 1968, the area was renamed into “Frunzensky Heating Networks Enterprise” consisting of two service areas - Central and Southern, a repair service, a repair and adjustment service. In the period from 1970 to 1980, further development was carried out in accordance with the “Scheme of heat supply of the city of Frunze for 1980”, developed by the Kiev branch of the design institute Promenergoproekt.  In 1974, the same department of the institute carried out the “Adjustment of the heat supply scheme of the city of Frunze for the period up to 1985”.  Heating mains were built: “Zapad-II”, “Zapad-III”, to “Alamedin” microdistrict, on ul. 40 years of October (Isanova), st. Alma-Ata, reconstructed intra-district networks in the residential complex "Botsad-2", blocks 65.74 and others. Pump stations Nos. 4,5,6,7,8 were built.  With the growth of the enterprise’s energy management capacity in 1982, the third operational area, the West, was created to serve the networks of the central and western parts of the city. After transfer to the balance sheet of the electric boiler plant in s. Komsomol and contractual obligations for the maintenance of three electric boiler in Cholpon-Ata in 1982, the company created the fourth operational district - Cholpon-Ata.  The development of heat networks takes place due to the construction of heating mains under the “Heat supply scheme of the city of Frunze until 1995”, developed by the Central Asian branch of the VNIPIenergoprom Institute, Almaty. Built heating lines on the street. Panfilov, Kremlin (Abay), Pravda (Ibraimova), to the neighborhoods "Asanbay" and No. 12. The distribution networks of quarters No. 77, 66, 113, 117, 108 were reconstructed. At this time, the construction of new heating networks is carried out both at the expense of centralized funds of the USSR Ministry of Energy, and the equity participation of other ministries and departments of union and republican subordination, which consume heat from the thermal power station of Frunze.  The construction is mainly carried out by the trust “Kyrgyzenergostroy” and SMU-10 of the trust “Frunzestroi” with an average annual construction and installation work of 1.5-2 million rubles and an average annual commissioning of 2-2.5 km of main pipelines. Further development of heat supply is carried out in accordance with the “Central heating scheme of the city of Frunze for the period up to 2000” developed by the Central Asian branch of the Institute “VNIPIenergoprom” and approved by the order of the USSR Ministry of Energy dated March 5, 1985. In accordance with this scheme, construction began on the peak boiler house of CHPP-2 in the south-western part of the city and 15 km of heating mains from CHPP-2 and two pumping stations No. 6.1, 7.2 were built. In 1991, the South-West district was created to service the heating mains from CHP-2 and heating networks in the south-western part of the city.  After the collapse of the USSR, financing the construction of the peak boiler house of CHP-2 was discontinued. Trunk networks from CHP-2 are not used and are currently being put on conservation. From 1987 to 1991, pumping stations No. 9, 12 were built, and battery tanks at pumping stations No. 7, 12. Heating mains were reconstructed on ul. Communist (Mederov), the main conclusions from CHP-1 on the street. Dostoevsky to the street. Frunze, as well as the heating network of the blocks №№ 289, 98, 129, 60, 177, neighborhoods №№ 9, 4, 5.  In 2000, in connection with the transfer of electric boiler in s. Komsomol and the city of Cholpon-Ata for self-maintenance was eliminated Cholpon-Ata district. In order to fulfill the order of the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic No. 35-p dated February 3, 2000, and the order of JSC Kyrgyzenergo No. 348 dated November 9, 2000 issued an order for the Bishkek heating network enterprise No. 149 dated December 8, 2000, which obliged relevant departments and services to implement a plan of activities aimed at creating a unit for the conclusion of contracts for the provision of services to the population for the supply of thermal energy in the form of hot water for heating, hot water supply and fundraising. Thus, a program of automated calculations for heat energy with subscribers was developed, and a Sales Center of 159 people was established on the basis of the Supervision and Sales Department and subscriber groups of operational regions. After the restructuring of the JSC “Kyrgyzenergo” on June 12, 2001, the Open Joint-Stock Company Bishkekteploset was established.  Since February 1, 2002, OJSC Bishkekteploset has started maintenance and repair of house heating and hot water supply systems (GVA), which are in common ownership of apartment owners previously served by Zhilservice JSC.  On the basis of the existing operational areas, specialized engineering and technical units and teams of workers for the repair and maintenance of heating and hot water supply systems for residential buildings were created. Brigades equipped with materials and tools for repair and maintenance work were formed in each district. To eliminate emergencies during non-working hours, Bishkekteploset JSC entered into an agreement with the LLC Emergency Services LLC for emergency maintenance services for domestic utility networks, heating systems and hot water supply.  At present, the number of houses serviced by OJSC Bishkekteploset is 1934 residential houses.  During the transition to a market economy due to the growth of tariffs for heat energy, many industrial consumers refused to provide centralized heat supply. However, despite the decrease in the supply of heat energy and the volume of work on capital construction, the company consistently and reliably provides consumers with heat, steam and hot water.  Levitanus Nikolay B., Blinov Pavel Semenovich, Glotov Arkady Vasilyevich, Batakanov Mirbek Topchuevich, Lee Alexei Chunhenovich made a great contribution to the formation and development of JSC Bishkekteploset. Chief Engineers Tolmasov Alexander Sergeevich, Vasilyev Lev Alekseevich, Tarasov Valery Vasilyevich, Li Aleksey Chunhenovichzheva Vladimirovich, Usoltsev Alexander Viktorovich, Nazmutdinov Anvar Nurievich, Pronenko Viktor Pavlovich, Osadchaya Olga Sayakbaevna, Gorbachev Valery Mikhailovich, Bezborodova Rai and N., Ampilogova Lyudmila, Alexander Sizov, Golishnikov Vladimir, At the enterprise, a great deal of attention is given to the preparation of a worthy person. Sapar Sharshenbekovich, Ivanov Nikolai Viktorovich, Esenaman uulu Bakai and many others.  They have people who cannot be called veterans of Bishkekteploset, however, they have made and are making a great contribution to the development and stable operation of the enterprise today. These are Aydarbekova Asiya Dzhumakeevna, Shin Vladimir Gennadyevich, Putilov Vladimir Alekseevich, Eremin Yury Petrovich, Sarykov Kalybek Koichubekovich, Shabanov Vyacheslav Efimovich and many others. Today OJSC Bishkekteploset is a team of competent, qualified specialists of 961 people. The company serves 454.1 km of heat networks, 19 pumping stations.  Heat consumers are residential, administrative, cultural and residential buildings, manufacturing plants and other facilities. The number of connected consumers is more than 80,000. For all the years of the enterprise’s operation, over 109 million Gcal of heat in the form of steam and hot water was released to consumers.
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  • Kyrgyzstan (headquarters)
  • Bishkek
  • Bishkek, Moskovskaya St., 160