All branches of OJSC "National Electric Grid of Kyrgyzstan" received passports of readiness for winter

30 ноября 2020
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All Branches of OJSC “National Electric Grid of Kyrgyzstan”, such as enterprises of high-voltage electrical networks of Chui, Talas, Osh, Jalal-Abad, Issyk-Kul and Naryn regions, received passports of readiness for work in the autumn-winter period. The decision to issue readiness passports was made following a detailed consideration of the special commissions acts at a meeting of the National Electric Network of Kyrgyzstan OJSC permanent headquarters on the preparation and passage of the autumn-winter period (AWP).

The readiness passport is the main document confirming the fulfillment of all the necessary conditions to ensure reliable and stable operation of the power grid complex under conditions of the autumn-winter maximum load.

The branches of the company have done a lot of work to obtain this document. All scheduled, current, overhaul repairs of main and auxiliary equipment, measures for the modernization and reconstruction of substations and power transmission lines have been carried out, an emergency stock of materials has been formed.

Thus, within the framework of preparation for the AWP, OJSC “National Electric Grid of Kyrgyzstan” performed: overhaul of equipment at 122 substations, routine repairs at 195 substations. Overhaul of 369 km 110 - 500 kV overhead lines was carried out. Maintenance of 7118.1 km 110 - 500 kV overhead lines was carried out. In addition, buildings, structures, vehicles were repaired, as well as work related to the prevention of flood impacts on power equipment was completed.

The readiness tests of power grids of the branches were carried out by commissions on site. The commissions for assessing the company branches  - enterprises of high-voltage electrical networks -  readiness for the passage of the AWP 2020-2021 included the heads and technical experts of the company's central office, as well as representatives of the State Inspectorate for Environmental and Technical Safety under the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic.

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