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Power engineers of Rosseti Centre are redeploying resources to strengthen force and equipment groupings in areas of the Tver Region that are most affected by the bad weather


At present, the region has a difficult meteorological situation. The hurricane cyclone is gaining strength and continues to move in the direction of the eastern territories of the region.

Personnel in the service area of ​​the branch “Rosseti Centre Tverenergo” have been mobilized. The number of emergency response crews involved in the work in the region has been increased to 141, and at their disposal there are specialized vehicles of up to 142 units.

Particular attention is paid to districts whose power grid has been damaged the most.

First Deputy General Director - Chief Engineer of Rosseti Centre, Acting Deputy General Director - Director of the branch “Rosseti Centre Tverenergo” Alexander Pilyugin made a decision to strengthen the grouping of forces and means in the these district areas and to relocate crews from the least affected by bad weather Distribution Zones.

Currently, 5 assigned crews of Vladimirenergo have been additionally sent to the Rzhevsky Distribution Zone.

Also, due to the expected deterioration in the Torzhoksky district, 9 Tambovenergo’s crews were sent there, previously based in the Vyshnevolotsky service area of the Tver branch. Part of the crews along the route to Torzhok will be involved in restoration work in this Distribution Zone in case of complication of the operational situation in the Kalininsky district, where the hurricane is also entering the active phase.

Priority is given to facilities of social significance; they are powered according to temporary schemes. Rosseti Centre in advance sent 45 additional reserve sources of electricity supply to the region, with a total capacity of 4,500 kW.

The current situation is under the control of the Headquarters of Rosseti’s electric grid complex under the leadership of Andrey Mayorov, Deputy Director General - Chief Engineer of the company.

And the situation is under the control of Governor Igor Rudenya. The region has the operational Headquarters, which include representatives of Rosseti Centre, Tverenergo branch, regional departments, and the General Directorate of the Russian Emergencies Ministry for the Tver region.

Due to the further deterioration of the meteorological situation (from 1:00 to 4:00 pm, winds are again predicted in several districts), Rosseti Centre still asks residents of the Tver region to assist Tverenergo’s personnel and immediately report incidents of power outages by telephone around the clock and the toll-free “direct line” at 8-800-50-50-115.

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