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The period of technical connection to the electricity grid in Yakutia in 2014 was reduced to 276 days

The period of technical connection to the power grid in Yakutia decreased from 376 days in 2012 to 276 in 2014. This is reported by the Yasya news agency referring to the data of the republican ministry of housing and communal services and energy.

To make the mechanism of technological connection to energy facilities for representatives of small and medium-sized businesses as open as possible, the energy sector has to update information resources. The corresponding instruction was made by 18 November at a meeting of the government commission for the development of small and medium-sized businesses under the leadership of the head of the Cabinet of Yakutia Galina Danchikova.

At the same time, according to the chairman of the Coordinating Council on Entrepreneurship under the head of the city of Yakutsk, Sergei Chernykh, at the government level, it is necessary to consider the issue of subsidizing the costs of technical connection to power grids. In his view, this will reduce the burden, especially for small and medium-sized businesses in the manufacturing sector. According to the head of government, the situation should be analyzed, including taking into account the types of activities. Based on this, an appropriate decision will be made.

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