Without the Crimea of Sevastopol has a power capacity of 700 MW

Without the Crimea of Sevastopol has a power capacity of 700 MW


The supply of Crimea from Ukraine on line Kakhovka-Titan interrupted because of the accident. On the Peninsula remains the state of emergency.

SIMFEROPOL, 31 Dec. Total power capacity available to the Republic of Crimea, excluding Sevastopol, is now 700 megawatts, said during the meeting of the operational headquarters for emergency response as of 31 December, the Minister of fuel and energy Svetlana Borodulina.

“Our limit (Republic of Crimea, Sevastopol without) is 700 megawatts (capacity), the added flow from the Taman (the energy bridge across the Kerch Strait) 40 MW and there is an additional station mgtes 22 megawatts,” said Borodulina.

Crimea was completely disconnected on the night of 22 November — because of the erosion of the supports out of order, all four power lines coming from Ukraine. On the Peninsula were introduced a state of emergency, schedules of emergency outages. The situation has improved with the launch on 2 December the first leg of the power bridge from the Krasnodar region through the Kerch Strait, and enter December 15 of the second leg has increased its capacity to 400 MW. Two more strands of the power bridge total the same capacity to be commissioned in April-may, which will allow to supply Crimea with electricity without supplies from Ukraine.

The Ukrainian party on 8 December resumed the flow of electricity to the Crimea in one of the four high-voltage power lines Kakhovka-Titanium-voltage class 220 kV, the other three lines 330 kV de-energized. December 30, the flow on line Kakhovka-Titanium was interrupted because of the accident.

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