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The issue of the use of local coal at power plants of Primorye will be solved - Miklushevsky

The head of the Primorsky Territory, Vladimir Miklushevsky, during a working visit to the Pozharsky District on August 22, visited the branch of the Luchegorsky Fuel and Energy Complex, the press service of the head of the region reports.

The governor held a meeting with the employees of the company, during which the participants discussed prospects for the development of the branch. Specialists complained that today in the region most of the electricity comes from cheaper sources, so the need for their enterprise is reduced.

The head of the region said that the issue of using locally produced coal at energy enterprises will be resolved.

“We need to revive the Pavlovsk deposit and preserve your mine. To address the issue of reconstructing a number of coastal CHP, including using coal, I have already addressed the Minister of Energy Alexander Novak with a proposal to hold a meeting on this issue in Moscow, ”added Vladimir Miklushevsky.

He also said that today in Primorye, the issue of creating a metallurgical redistribution and development of the mining industry as a whole is being considered.

“In the village of Vostok there is a new tungsten deposit, we will also look at how to develop production in Svetlogorye. We already have an agreement with Primnedra to finance the exploration of a number of fields. Moreover, if necessary, Primorsky Krai is ready to finance these works. If we invest our money in exploration, we thereby increase the capitalization of the site and then we can sell the rights to it for big money, ”said Vladimir Miklushevsky. 

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