Defense enterprises of the Crimea and Sevastopol have the opportunity to begin work at the peak hours of activity, and in the third shift, the question you want to discuss with Directors of factories, said on the first day weekend in Simferopol Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Dmitry Rogozin.
Vice-Premier of Russian government Dmitry Rogozin in Simferopol held a meeting on the readiness of the plants of the military-industrial complex of Crimea and Sevastopol to work in emergency situations.
"propose to discuss, as we work to build factories in the period prior to full connection of the electrical energy that they can use the electricity at the time of peak loads, and to take measures to plant during the third shift," - said Rogozin.
more weeks worked in stand-alone mode. The Peninsula was completely de-energized in the night of November 22, as a result of undermining 2 the utility poles in the Ukraine. In Crimea were imposed a state of emergency and schedules of emergency outages. Being cut off from supplies of electric energy from Ukraine, Crimea had increased its own generation - at the expense of local power plants, and among them solar and wind, backup power supply, diesel generator sets and mobile power plants.
on Wednesday, the head of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin arrived in the Crimea and has launched the first phase of the power bridge from the Krasnodar region through the Kerch Strait, which gave the Peninsula a further 230 MW, until December 20, it is assumed another 230 MW, which will allow us to significantly reduce the shortage of electrical energy.
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