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Primorsky power engineers are completing preparations for the autumn-winter period
The specialists of the Primorsky Electric Networks are completing preparations for the upcoming autumn-winter period - most of the repair program has been completed. Power engineers have already repaired 722 km of overhead power transmission lines, cleared more than 800 hectares of glades, and the power transformers and other electrical equipment are being repaired.
According to the press service of JSC "DRSK", now the work on clearing the glades continues. In total, this year power engineers will have to clear 2159,3 hectares of glades - more than last year by 20%.
The power engineers of Primorsk Electric Grids have also completed overhaul of 35 kV transformers at the Melgunovka substation in the Khankaisky District and the Ozernaya Pad substation in the Mikhailovsky District. Works on the replacement of supports in Krasnoarmeisky, Khasansky, Spassky and Nadezhdinsky regions were carried out, 114 transformer substations were repaired.
As the deputy chief engineer for operation and repairs Konstantin Dolganin noted, the repair program is aimed at ensuring uninterrupted and high-quality power supply to consumers.
“This year, a number of measures of the repair program are being carried out within the framework of the program of modernization and reconstruction of the power grid complex (MiREK). Its goal is to improve the reliability of energy supply to consumers, upgrade infrastructure facilities and protect them from adverse weather conditions, ”he said.
The power engineers plan to complete all activities before the start of the heating season. Upon completion of the work, the Ministry of Energy of the Russian Federation will issue to the branch a Passport of readiness for the passage of the winter season. 503 million rubles were allocated for the repair program this year.