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Power engineers of Primorye began to work in high alert mode

Power engineers of Primorye began to work in high alert mode
Photo: press service of the DRSK
Due to the expected deterioration of weather conditions on the territory of the Primorsky Territory, a high alert mode was introduced at the Primorskie Electric Networks branch. At present, the electricity supply in the Primorye regions is carried out in the normal mode.

According to the press service of the DRSK, a cyclone is expected in Primorye from September 21 to 23. According to Primhydromet, it will rain throughout the region. The most intense precipitation is expected on September 21 and 22. Rains will be accompanied by thunderstorms and increased winds up to 15-20 m / s; on the southern coast, wind gusts will reach 23-28 m / s.

The employees of the branch prepared additional forces and means for the prompt elimination of possible emergency situations. The number of mobile units and the number of personnel in operational groups has been increased, more than 100 pieces of equipment and 111 operational brigades have been trained. Specialists of Primorsk Electric Networks constantly monitor changes in weather conditions and analyze the possible impact of weather on power facilities.

Also, power engineers turn to the residents of Primorye with a request to be extremely careful near power facilities during bad weather.
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