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The estimated cost of the power transmission line project in Chukotka increased to 20,6 billion rubles

The estimated cost of the power transmission line project in Chukotka increased to 20,6 billion rubles
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The estimated cost of the power transmission line project in Chukotka (Pevek - Bilibino) has changed. It has grown to 20,6 billion rubles.

According to the press service of the Ministry of Energy, the increase occurred after an additional calculation using the resource method. The construction of the power transmission line was to begin this year, however, no applications were received for the competition. The reason for this energy was called the low price of construction contracts - the total cost of work was previously estimated at 17,718 billion rubles.

Earlier it was reported that at the first stage of the construction of two power lines (power lines) Pevek - Bilibino in Chukotka need 18,47 billion rubles. In 2019-2020, 13 billion rubles for these works will be allocated from the federal budget. New power lines will prevent a shortage of power, as well as restrictions on the energy supply of existing and new consumers.