In Crimea, the algorithm of power supply of the Peninsula ? enter schedule an emergency outages, said the results of the meeting of the government Commission 1st Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic Mikhail Sheremet.
"Unfortunately, working out its own energy as long as Crimea is not enough, for this reason, you enter schedule an emergency outages of electricity and water supply. The population will be informed every two hours, the schedule will be posted in the media and on the Internet office of the Ministry of energy of the Republic and Krymenergo ", - has said Sheremet.
He added that the major cities of the Peninsula connected To the power supply. In other settlements, such As shcholkine, Lenino, pervomaiske, imported megawatt power sources, RIA " Novosti ". As told reporters the head of the Ministry of fuel and energy of the Republic Sergey Egorov, lack the necessary power to Crimea these days is about 450 MW." The morning maximum energy consumption of the Crimean Federal district (Crimea plus Sevastopol) these days is 800 MW. 350 MW today produces its own springs. A shortage of 450 MW ", - has declared Egorov. The head of the Ministry said that the evening power consumption of the Crimea and Sevastopol a little more of the morning peak. He added that established in the Crimea warm weather reduces energonaladka. According to Egorov, the basic Own generation (thermal power plants of the Peninsula) is about 80 MW, about 270 MW are produced in the working mode mgtes, are also alternative sources of electricity (solar and wind). Remember, on the last working day of the week were damaged 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. In the night of Sunday in the Ukrainian interior Ministry said that the feet of the first damaged power lines blown up. As a result, the Crimea was left without electricity. Later power supply was not fully restored in the Republic introduced a state of emergency. On-site generation has allowed to provide a partial supply in some areas of the Crimea, for example in Simferopol.