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The program to increase energy efficiency in Primorye, cost 500 million rubles is implemented slowly - Miklushevsky

The head of the Primorsky Territory, Vladimir Miklushevsky, during a working visit to the Novoshakhtinsky coal mine, said that the energy saving program is not being implemented at a sufficient pace, the governor's press service writes.

“We received 500 million for the implementation of the energy efficiency program - the transfer of regional boiler houses from expensive fuel oil to cheaper coal, including from your enterprise. Unfortunately, so far everything is being implemented at the wrong pace as we would like. In the past, the Artyomovsk mines and partisan mines were already closed in Primorye, but we can no longer allow our enterprises to be closed, ”said Vladimir Miklushevsky.

“RAO ES plans to reconstruct the Artyomovskaya CHPP, which is 3,8 million tons of capacity, which will more than double the production of local coal. We will start construction in 2017, and in another two years it will be completely transferred to new boilers, ”added Miklushevsky. He also said that in the near future the share of consumption of Pavlovsk coals in the total share of coal will increase from 70 to 80 percent.

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