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The head of Transbaikalia promised to restore electricity to a village disconnected from the network
The head of Transbaikalia, Alexander Osipov, promised residents of the village of Tupik, Tungiro-Olekminsky District, to restore electricity supply within two weeks. According to him, the regional authorities have already found a way to solve the problem. “Now we have outlined the necessary decisions - in the next two weeks they will be implemented. It will be necessary to ensure that funding is allocated and a reserve of diesel fuel is created to organize round-the-clock power supply. We also need to monitor the timely allocation of funds to replace fallen pillars and prevent wire breaks, ”said Alexander Osipov during a press approach.
The head of the region also noted that the authorities will seek a long-term solution for energy supply in the village of Tupik and the entire region. Following the trip, he instructed the relevant ministries to work on the construction of a mini-CHP, an autonomous hybrid power plant and power lines in the Tungiro-Olekminsky district. “After it becomes clear what costs are required to resolve all issues, it is necessary to determine how much time it will take us to put the electrical networks in order. In addition, it is necessary to study the issue of the future transition to other technologies not related to diesel fuel, ”said Alexander Osipov, adding that new technologies will make it possible to reduce the cost of electricity for the population and enterprises of the region.