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Power engineers of DRSK are solving the problem of no-farm networks in Primorye

Power engineers of DRSK are solving the problem of no-farm networks in Primorye
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In the Khasansky District, Primorskie Electric Networks (a branch of JSC DRSK, part of the RusHydro Group) are beginning to reconstruct a power transmission line to supply power to the automobile border crossing in Kraskino. Previously, these networks were ownerless, and now they are leased to the DRSK.

According to the press service of the DRSK, the power engineers will rebuild the distribution grids to replace the abandoned and derelict section of the power transmission line. They will also completely change the route of the line, since the old power transmission line passes through swampy areas, which complicates the operation of the facility.

Today in the Primorsky Territory in the area of ​​operation of JSC "DRSK" there are more than 240 orphaned power grid facilities. The largest volume of abandoned nets is now in the Shkotovsky district. Orphan networks have a high accident rate, poor quality of power supply and high energy losses. In addition, the connection of new consumers to them is impossible: new construction is required, which increases costs.

Identified orphaned power lines should be registered by municipalities and, after registration of ownership rights, the operating organization should be determined. To identify orphan facilities, power engineers need joint roadmaps with the municipalities of the Primorsky Territory, which would fix the timing of the transfer of network equipment for servicing by JSC "DRSK". This proposal has been sent to the Governor of Primorsky Krai for consideration.

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