MOSCOW, November 27. Electricity is provided in all settlements of the Crimea. On Friday on air of TV channel “Russia 1” said the Deputy Minister of energy of the Russian Federation Andrey Tcherezov.
“At the moment of 1019 villages and towns energized in some way at all,” said the official.
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The Cherezov noted that the electricity is provided by an approved Executive schedules. “This is necessary to ensure that the population in a timely manner know when to go, when to turn off (electricity), and planned my day,” he added.
According to the Deputy Minister of energy of the Russian Federation, delivered to the Crimea mobile power station, could provide about 30% of the required amount of electricity, the rest is “compensated backup power sources that are delivered to remote towns and cities”.
Previously Tcherezov said that the energy Ministry does not expect the resumption of supply of electricity to Crimea from Ukraine.
In the Crimea opened a criminal case about the attack against the organizers of energoblok
On the night of November 22 as a result of blasting of power transmission line leading from Ukraine to Crimea, the Peninsula was completely de-energized. Now the power system of the Crimea works in stand-alone mode, to save power on the Peninsula are used blackouts. Upon detonation transmission line investigators of the FSB initiated a criminal case under article diversion.
As reported previously the Minister of energy Alexander Novak, the first phase of the power bridge from the Krasnodar region in the Crimea will be introduced until December 20 this year.
An energy bridge to Crimea built under the Federal program of development of Crimea until 2020 Project, which involves the laying of underwater cable across the Kerch Strait with a flow of about 850 MW, is being implemented to ensure the independence of energy supply in the Crimean Federal district on supplies from Ukraine.