Source Pravda.Ru

More Than 200 Communities In Chechnya Had Power Supplied In The First 10 Months Of The Year

Over the first 10 months of this year more than 200 communities in Chechnya have had electric power supplied to them, the press-service of Russia's Energy Ministry reported. In January-October the republic rebuilt and put into operation 34 high-voltage 35-110 KV power transmission lines with a total length of 544.6 kilometres, 22 high-voltage power substations with an aggregate capacity of 310,400 KW, and 5,000 kilometres of 0.4-10 KV distributive networks. At the moment work is going on in Chechnya to restore infrastructure facilities of Grozenergo company and final touches are being put to designing estimates for the restoration of heat and power plants in the cities of Grozny and Argun, the press-service said.

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