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SIMFEROPOL, Crimea, December 26 /TASS/. Ukraine has restored the supply of 400 MW of electric energy to Crimea on the Kakhovka-Dzhankoi power line, Sergey Yegorov, Crimea’s fuel and energy minister, told TASS.
“Most consumers in Crimea will be connected to the Kakhovka-Dzhankoi power line in the next 30-60 minutes,” the minister went on to say.
Yegorov said that mobile gas turbine electric power stations will continue operation under any scenario. That will help regulating the load in the power grid, he explained.
Crimea’s power grid had received 250 MW of electric energy by 05:30pm Moscow time.