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In case of accidents due to the approaching cyclone, Kamchatka power engineers deployed additional equipment - EastRussia | Far East

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In the event of accidents due to the approaching cyclone, Kamchatka power engineers deployed additional equipment

The high alert mode due to the impending cyclone, which is expected to hit the southern regions of the peninsula on Wednesday night, is being introduced by PJSC "Kamchatskenergo"

In the event of accidents due to the approaching cyclone, Kamchatka power engineers deployed additional equipment
This is reported today by the press service of the energy company.

"According to forecasts of weather forecasters, heavy snowfall and a hurricane with a speed of up to 30 meters per second are expected," the report said.

The press service emphasizes that for the period of bad weather, the Kamchatka CHPP-1 will deploy additional equipment with a capacity of up to 50 MW, which will be able to “catch” the load in case of disconnection of the VL-201 connecting the central power unit with the Mutnovskaya geothermal station.

Extraordinary tests of ice melting installations are being conducted, which allow transmission lines to more effectively carry loads in conditions of snowfall, Interfax notes.

"In addition, during the cyclone period, the staff and number of operational outreach teams of the Central Electric Networks branch increase to better respond to possible power cuts and their early elimination," the report says.