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More than 40 billion rubles will be spent on the modernization of the Sakhalin power grid complex
The Minister of Energy of Russia, Alexander Novak, and the Acting Governor of the Sakhalin Region, Valery Limarenko, agreed on a list of measures to modernize the region’s power grid complex for 2019-2029 years. The program will require about 41 billion rubles, most of the funding will come from the federal budget, federal program funds and the company RusHydro.
The approved list included the construction and reconstruction of 55 power facilities in most areas, including the creation of a new high-voltage line Shakhterskaya - Telnovskaya - Lesogorskaya - Boshnyakov, reconstruction at the substations Yuzhnaya and Novo-Aleksandrovskaya, installation of additional transformers at Pravdinskaya substations and "Country". According to the press service of the regional government, all this will create conditions for connecting new consumers.
Now in the Sakhalin region more than 70% of electric grids are worn out, and they do not meet the climatic conditions and seismic safety requirements. The new program will improve the reliability of power supply, minimize the risk of accidents.