Russia looks for ways to supply Ukraine’s annexed Crimea with power

April 28, 2014

Russia has been looking for ways to supply Crimea with power, Russian energy minister Aleksandr Novak has told journalists. He said the Energosetproekt (Energy Network Project) institute came up with five scenarios, of which the ministry approved five. It provides for a comprehensive approach and involves building power generation units in Crimea and extending a powers transmission line from Russia’s Taman Peninsula, said Novak. The institute was requested to come up with a more detailed study, he said, emphasizing that energy provision of Crimea was one of the main tasks on the ministry’s agenda.

Copyright: TsDU TEK, 2014