In Crimea are unable to run power plants

В Крыму не смогли запустить электростанции

The construction of a thermal power plant in Balaklava Sevastopol

Rostec has asked the energy Ministry to postpone the launch of two power plants in Crimea – Taurida and Balaklava TPP.

Rostec was not able to take the plant in the annexed Crimea, the construction of which spent 71 billion, for the third time proposed to postpone their launch. This is with reference to the Deputy Minister of energy of the Russian Federation Andrey Tcherezov according to RBC.

In particular, provided that the Corporation asked the Ministry to reschedule the launch of two power plants in Crimea – Taurida and Balaklava thermal power plants in Simferopol and Sevastopol, respectively.

We know that the first blocks of both stations launched late in the month and they are in commissioning.

“The units were loaded when you had the chance, and sometimes do not were given power network, explains the source close to one of the specialized agencies”, – the newspaper writes.

According to recent reports, two units of the Crimean power plants can be run until March 2019, while they had to work with March 2018.

Reportedly, rostec for the third time asks to postpone the introduction of the units. First run failed because of “generating equipment” – a German gas turbines Siemens, installed at thermal power plants in defiance of Western sanctions.

The second time (in June) start the units also failed due to the fact that, allegedly, the contractors did not build the gas taps and network for new power plants.

Earlier it was reported that the Hamburg Prosecutor’s office is conducting an investigation in relation to three employees of Siemens for supply of turbines in the Crimea annexed by Russia to bypass sanctions.

Also Minot said that Taurian thermal power plant, located at Simferopol, was damage to production facilities, which could be the commissioning of the gas turbines Siemens.

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