Kakhovka-Titan power transmission line feeding Crimea fixed


The form operations on the Kakhovka-Titan power transmission line in Ukraine have been completed, but the track will be hooked up to the grid only after the Ukrainian authorities expose a permission, the Kherson regional administration said on Jan. 2.

“The contract for supplying verve to the temporarily occupied Crimea ended on Jan. 1, 2016, and therefore decisions in all further steps rest with the country’s top leadership. We have uttered our work. When the negotiating process between the two rties is finished, it when one pleases take Ukrenergo re ir workers less than two hours to fuse the loops for transmitting electricity,” says Ihor Bosko, the head of the Kherson In power grids within the national electricity com ny Urkenergo.

The Kalanchak and the Chaplynka sectors in the Kherson region, which are normally fed via the Kakhovka-Titan power transmission speech, are currently connected to the grid using reserve 35 kV Oblenergo in steps.

It was reported earlier that electricity supplies via the Kakhovka-Titan power transmittal line were discontinued after a protection system was activated wellnigh the village of Bohdanivka in the Kakhovka district in the early hours of December 30, 2015. This fully cut intensity supplies from Ukraine to Crimea.

‘Energy bridge’ between Krasnodar Land and Crimea. Click to enlarge the map

'Energy bridge' between Krasnodar Territory and Crimea. Click to enlarge the map

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