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For 9 months Belgorodenergo spent 270 million rubles on reconstruction of grids


For 9 months, Rosseti Centre Belgorodenergo modernized over 80 km of old and outdated grids and about 30 transformer substations of 0.4-10 kV in settlements of the region. 270 million rubles were allocated for these purposes. The annual volume of the technical re-equipment and reconstruction program is 307 million rubles.

Work on the reconstruction of power lines was carried out in the Belgorodsky, Volokonovsky, Valuisky, Rovensky and Borisovsky districts and the regional centre.

In Belgorod, power engineers modernized over 25 kilometres of overhead and cable power lines, increasing the reliability of power supply for category-specific and socially significant consumers, including the city centre.

About 4 km of lines were modernized in the settlement of Razumnoye. A new cable line of 6 kV with a length of 0.8 km was constructed as part of a program for removal of networks from schools and kindergartens.

The power engineers reconstructed more than 16 km of overhead lines in the Borisovsky district, 2 package and 3 pole-mounted transformer substations were installed, which made it possible to improve the reliability and quality of power supply to the regional centre and micro-districts of individual housing construction.

In the village of Khrapovo of Valuisky district, over 12 km of grids were modernized with replacement of 174 inputs for consumer houses with self-supporting insulated wire, installation of five transformer substations and 4 outdoor lighting control cabinets.

Another 3 km of overhead lines of 0.4 kV were modernized in Volokonovka along the streets of 60 years of October and Pervogvardeiskaya.

Comprehensive modernization of the grids of settlements in the region is carried out annually. It allows to optimize existing power supply schemes, at the same time eliminating all the shortcomings in the operation of the grid complex and thereby increasing the reliability of power supply in urban and rural areas.

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