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There are no problems with fuel supplies for winter at TPPs of the Far East on September 1 - Ministry of Energy
Deputy Minister of Energy of the Russian Federation Andrei Tcherezov held a meeting dedicated to the preparation of the subjects of the power industry of the Far East for the autumn-winter period of 2014-2015. This was reported by the press service of the Ministry of Energy.
Andrey Tcherezov said that on the basis of the materials submitted by the energy companies, the standards for the creation of fuel at thermal power plants for the key dates of the 4th quarter of 2014 are being approved. “There are no problems with the fulfillment of standard reserves as of September 1, 2014,” he said.
The deputy head of department reminded that this preparation was carried out in accordance with the Order of the Ministry of Energy of Russia, which approved a plan of priority measures to ensure the comprehensive readiness of energy facilities for winter maximum load. "Particular attention is paid to monitoring the implementation of repairs to the power equipment of power plants, electrical and heating networks in accordance with the approved annual schedules, including during the on-site inspections," said the deputy minister.
During the meeting, a list of regions related to areas with a high risk of power outages in the 2014-2015 autumn and winter season was determined. In the Far East, it is the Central Energy District of the Yakutsk Energy System. "The organizational and technical measures have been approved, the implementation of which will significantly reduce the likelihood of power supply restrictions," the Ministry of Energy said in a statement.
Andrei Tcherezov also said that “commissions have been formed and dates have been determined for inspections of the readiness of the subjects of the electric power industry for the passing of the 2014-2015 AWP.”
During the meeting, the participants also discussed the progress of work on priority projects, including the construction of new generating capacities and the progress of implementation of measures for the implementation of investment programs of electric power companies operating in the Far Eastern Federal District.