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Free will receive over 1 billion rubles for electrification

Free will receive over 1 billion rubles for electrification
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Over one billion rubles from the federal budget was allocated by the Russian government for the electrification of the city of Svobodny in the Amur Region. This funding has become additional to the previously allocated six billion rubles.

The planned energy demand is already 26 MW. Electricity will be required for residential buildings under construction, a school, a hospital. At the meeting on the implementation of the long-term plan for the comprehensive socio-economic development of Svobodny, Alexander Kozlov, head of the Ministry of East Development, said that electricity is needed for these facilities on special conditions so that their construction is not included in the tariff and the service does not rise in price throughout the Amur Region.

According to the minister, federal funding will go to the construction of high-voltage lines, substations and power lines. Also, a new power center with a voltage of 110/35/10 kV is to be built by the Amur branch of DRSK. For her, they already picked up a land plot and determined the preliminary route of the high-voltage line.

According to experts, the projected need for free electricity in 2020-2024 will be 33 MW. Earlier, Alexander Kozlov announced that, as part of a single subsidy, Svobodny would receive more than one billion rubles by 2023 in order to reconstruct the Amurskaya 500 kV substation, build the Impulse 110/35/10 kV substation and the Amurskaya-Impulse 110 kV overhead power line

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