Electricity generated by solar and wind stations of the Crimea, is impossible under existing conditions to apply for the energy supply of the Peninsula due to technical reasons, said during the meeting of the operational headquarters for emergency destruction, the head of Ministry of fuel and energy of the Republic of Crimea Svetlana Borodulina.
The leaders of the black sea region (West of Crimea), within which is placed a large Tarkhankut wind farm, said that about one third of wind turbines at the station stopped, and the generated power station in conditions of energy deficiency is not more than eight if possible 21 megawatts.
"All wind and solar generation (in Crimea) was built from the ground given the strong spill-over from Ukraine. In the current system we until can't take that much unstable energy. Take as much as you can, to take it is technically impossible, " said Borodulina.
the head of the Ministry said that of the 297 MW largest solar power stations in Crimea as long as the grid of the Peninsula is taken not more than fifteen Megawatts." If they (wind turbines) are idle, it means that technically the power could do. Currently, a program, and we will wait for the owner (of the stations), so they upgraded them for the new system, but it will take time, " said Borodulina.
in Kherson oblast on the night of 22 November were disrupted power transmission towers supplying electricity to the Crimea, whereby the Peninsula was. Supporters of the blockade of Crimea in Ukraine did not allow repairmen to damaged power lines supports. In Crimea and Sevastopol entered a mode of an emergency situation, the schedules of emergency outages of electricity used on-site generation.
today the Crimea is provided with electricity from several sources - their own thermal power plants, mgtes, as well as the power flow on the energy bridge from the Kuban. Wind and solar generation due to the instability of the power system of the Peninsula as long as provide a minimum flow capacity. In Crimea, built and operate the five solar power plants, the sixth will be launched soon. The Peninsula also has several wind farms, mostly in the West and East of the Crimea.
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