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EastRussia Bulletin: Amur region is counting on funding for the construction of a new hydropower station
Last week, large-scale infrastructure projects and the possibilities of their financing were discussed in a number of Far Eastern regions. For example, the construction of the Nizhne-Zeiskaya HPP in the Amur Region, the ring of electric grids in Blagoveshchensk and the bridge in Ulan-Ude, says the next published issue of the EastRussia bulletin.
As part of the development strategy of the Amur Region, Governor Vasily Orlov is seeking to receive funding from the federal center for large-scale projects. In particular, he proposed to build another hydroelectric station in the region - the Lower Zeya. There are several energy-intensive facilities in the region, and this may lead to a shortage of electricity. The head of the region asked Yuri Trutnev to support this initiative. RusHydro has perspective plans for the construction of a new power plant on the Zeya River, but Amur authorities suggest starting work earlier.
Another important energy facility, which plans to complete the Amur region - the construction of a ring of electric networks 110 kW in Blagoveshchensk. According to the governor, the project was implemented on 40%, and another 1,6 billion rubles is needed to bring it to the end.
And the head of Buryatia, Alexei Tsydenov, proposed including the construction of a third bridge in Ulan-Ude across the Uda river worth about 5,5 billion rubles in the new national project “Safe and high-quality roads”, designed for 2018-2024.
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