The black sea fleet prepared for the transition to backup power in the event of a power outage in the Crimea
Ships and part of the black sea fleet ready to transition to backup power in case of disconnection of electrical energy on the Peninsula of the Crimea, said a source in the headquarters of the black sea fleet. "on the ships and in parts of the black sea fleet are stand-alone diesel generators ", ? the source said RIA " Novosti ". "in case of disconnection of electrical energy Ships will switch to Autonomous power for several minutes, the coastal part for 10 minutes. Neither the readiness Nor the defense duty will not be terminated. Similarly, in offline mode work station tracking and signal monitoring ", - has declared a source. The Commissioner of the black sea fleet Vyacheslav Trukhachev confirmed that the Ships and part of the fleet is able in few minutes to switch to self-powered." These steps worked as of the crew of military ships and coastal parts ", ? said Trukhachev. Before the last working day of the week were povedeny an electrosupport in Genichesk and Chaplynka districts in Kherson region of Ukraine, for the reason that two of the 4 main power lines through which electricity flows to the Crimea, destroyed. The Prosecutor of the Crimea Natalia Polonskaya called the regular cases of destruction on the Ukrainian territory of the towers of the transmission line running to the Peninsula, " harmful actions against people." On 24 September, the Deputy Minister of housing and utilities of Russia Andrei Chibis said that Crimea will cope with the shutdown of electricity, if Ukraine will go to this step. So he explained the words of the MP from the faction " Block of Petro Poroshenko ", the head of the organization "the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people" Refat Chubarov about the fact that during the "siege" of the Crimea have the opportunity to be finished the supply of electricity to the Peninsula from the territory of Ukraine. In normal mode, the Crimea provides itself with 30% with electric power generation and 70% ? power flow from Ukraine. In case of emergency: Peninsula at the expense of own sources of electric power will be able to supply themselves by 70-80%. In 2015 on-site generation of electrical energy on the Peninsula grew by more than 28%. In addition, by the end of the year is expected to completion of construction of the first phase of the energy transition from Krasnodar Krai with a capacity of up to 400 MW per day. The second phase of similar capacity will be constructed in summer 2016.