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    Russia does not expect Ukraine to resume supply of electricity to Crimea

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    Russia does not expect Ukraine to resume supply of electricity to Crimea

    Post by lockie on Sun Nov 29, 2015 6:04 pm

    http://en.censor.net.ua/news/362867/russia_does_not_expect_ukraine_to_resume_supply_of_electricity_to_crimea
    Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak declared that Russia does not expect Ukraine to resume supply of electricity to Crimea.
    As for now, we have no clear picture of how our further collaboration w ith the Ukrainian power system will look like. Therefore, we act on the premise that there is no electricity, and rely on our own resources," Novak said at a meeting with the 'government' of Crimea.
    "Yesterday we concluded preparations that will allow the Crimean side to take in electricity [from southern Russia's Krasnodar region] via an energy bridge," chief controller Andrei Anokhin of Crimea's state-run Krymenergo company told Energy Minister Alexander Novak.
    Anokhin added this was the first time in the history of the Crimean electricity grid that it had to be reconfigured from scratch and made self-sufficient.
    Novak arrived in Crimea's capital Simferopol early Sunday to visit the head office of Krymenergo, which controls the regional power grid.
    Earlier this week Russia's Energy Minister Alexander Novak said that the first stage of the power bridge from Krasnodar Region to Crimea will be commissioned by December 20.
    Crimea was plunged into darkness last week after Ukrainian activists blew up pylons that support electricity lines from Ukraine. Following the outage, Crimea declared a state of emergency and switched to locally-based emergency power generation.


    This photo from the occupied Crimea how locals make a meal. Some buildings are out of gas, that's why meal preparing on the fire.
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    Re: Russia does not expect Ukraine to resume supply of electricity to Crimea

    Post by lockie on Thu Feb 04, 2016 10:00 pm

    Russians won't stay on the knees.

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    Re: Russia does not expect Ukraine to resume supply of electricity to Crimea

    Post by lockie on Wed Feb 10, 2016 10:50 am

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