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Either we are building the Ussuri heat and power plant, or we are developing small-scale power engineering and electrical networks - Miklushevsky

The head of Primorye, Vladimir Miklushevsky, intends to discuss the construction of the Ussuri thermal power plant with the Minister of Energy of the Russian Federation, the press service of the governor said.

The question arose during the on-site extended meeting of the Administration in Ussuriysk on July 29.

During the meeting, one of the local entrepreneurs addressed the head of the region, noting that one of the main conditions for the development of the territory's economy is an increase in energy capacity. “We have stopped construction in one of the most promising areas, because now there is no heat or electricity at the site,” he said.

Vladimir Miklushevsky confirmed that at the moment the situation with the construction of a heat and power plant in Ussuriysk is still not clear, but he intends to discuss this issue at the federal level in the near future.

“Indeed, there is a hitch in the implementation of this project, I have many times discussed this issue with the management of RAO ES of the East, but I haven’t received a concrete answer to my questions so far. I will personally speak with the Minister of Energy of Russia Alexander Novak. Clarity is needed - either we are implementing construction, or we are developing small-scale power and electric networks ourselves, ”said Vladimir Miklushevsky.

The head of the region stressed that today the energy security of the south of Primorye is not high enough, but he does not intend to leave the situation in the same position as it is now.

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