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Khabarovsk region will spend 8 billion on the start of the heating season

In the Khabarovsk Territory, the regional government will send a billion rubles to 8,3 to prepare energy and utilities facilities. This was stated by Deputy Chairman of the Krai Government on the Fuel and Energy Complex and Housing and Communal Services Andrei Volokzhanin. The money will go to the maintenance of the energy system, housing, utility facilities, the purchase and supply of fuel.

“At present, 2,4 billion rubles have been allocated for the preparation of energy facilities, which is 89% of the plan. With this money, we repair 16 units of the main power equipment of the CHPP - 100% of the annual assignment, 324 kilometers of power grids - 84% of the assignment, 116 units of electrical equipment - 85% of the assignment, almost 21 kilometers of main heating networks - 90% of the plan. With their help, 4,8 billion kWh of electricity and 9 million Gcal / h of heat energy were produced in the region over seven months, ”noted Andrey Volokzhanin.

According to him, by the winter the combined heat and power plants of the region had accumulated 98% of the necessary fuel. According to the press service of the regional government, the supply of natural gas, which is used for the needs of enterprises and the population, continues. With advancing deadlines, fuel supplies continue to the northern regions with a limited period of navigation. To date, 16,3 has bought thousands of tons of coal and thousands of tons of petroleum products for sustainable operation of municipal energy, budgetary institutions and the needs of the population of these territories. Almost completely all the raw materials have already been delivered.

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