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    Number of incidents in power grid system increasing in areas bordering on Ukraine - energy authorities


    May 23, 2022 - Interfax Russia & CIS General Newswire

     

      BELGOROD. May 23 (Interfax) - More than 40 incidents, 17 of which were classed as highly dangerous, were recorded in the past week at energy facilities of branches of Rosseti Tsentr - Belgorodenergo, Bryanskenergo, Voronezhenergo, and Kurskenergo in the border areas, the press service for Rosseti Tsentr Belgorodenergo said on Monday.

      The most "fire-related" incidents, nine, were extinguished by Belgorod energy agencies, the report said.

      Specifically, employees of the Belgorod district promptly dealt with the aftermath of an explosion near the Zhuravlyovka substation, which supplies power to a water intake facility: pieces of a shell hit a transformer container, rendering it inoperable.

      In the village of Solokhi, an air power line was broken due to a shell explosion.

      "A Belgorodenergo brigade organized power supplies to all consumers using reserve grids and conducted the necessary repairs within a short period of time," the report said.

      The consequences of line breakage and damage to aerial cable poles in a night attack on the village of Sereda, Shebekinsky city district of the Belgorod region were dealt with successfully by a maintenance brigade the same morning.

      "Kurskenergo employees promptly restored power supplies on the territories of the Glushkovskylocal power authority, near the settlement of Tyotkino, and also in the border village of Alekseyevka, which regularly came under mortar attacks," the press release said.

      Energy workers visit the places where accidents occur in territories bordering on Ukraine in armored vehicles.

      Rosseti Tsentr Belgorodenergo supplies electrical power using 0.4-110 kilowatt distribution networks and connects new users. Their share of presence in the electrical grid system of the Belgorod region exceeds 98%. The total length of the power lines is more than 53,000 km.

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      (Our editorial staff can be reached at eng.editors@interfax.ru)

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