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The development of the free power system will be considered by a government subcommittee
A subcommittee of the Russian government will consider the development of the Svobodny energy system in the Amur Region. The Ministry of Energy has already supported the proposals of the Ministry of East Development for improving the city’s energy system. According to experts, the projected demand for free electricity for 2020-2024 will additionally be at least 33 MW.
According to the Governor of the Amur Region Vasily Olov, special attention is now focused on the city, since several major projects are being implemented next to it, including the construction of a gas processing plant and a gas chemical complex. These enterprises will require a reliable energy supply.
Additional energy capacities are also needed for the repair, construction and operation of facilities included in the long-term plan for the socio-economic development of the city: schools, kindergarten, maternity hospital, clinic, rental children's homes, art school, registry office, athletics arena, as well as for reconstruction of water intake, treatment facilities and other facilities.
As stated and. about. Alexander Kozlov, Minister for Development of the Far East and the Arctic, taking into account the development of the city, it is necessary to calculate the existing and future electricity demand. Representatives of federal departments considered several options for creating additional capacities and, according to the Ministry of East Development, recognized the best project that included the reconstruction of a 500 kV Amurskaya substation, the construction of a 110/35/10 kV Impulse substation, and the construction of an Amurskaya-Impulse overhead power line. It is this option that will be brought up for discussion by the government subcommission in February of this year. Financing for the reconstruction and construction of energy facilities will be allocated under the “Single subsidy” program.