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 Kakhovska-Tytan power line back to service, - Kherson Regional State Administration

The supply of electricity via Kakhovska-Tytan power line has been resumed.

Censor.NET informs citing Kherson Regional State Administration press service.

As reported by acting head of Chaplynska district state administration Vitalii Spizhov, today, at about 1:15 a.m., with the consent of Crimea's energy and food blockade activists, Kakhovska-Tytan power line was put into service. The line powers two districts of the Kherson region - Kalanchakskyi and Chaplynskyi.

Read more: Russia will be unable to fully supply Crimea with energy in next 10-12 months, - Ukrenerho

"220 kV Kakhovska-Tytan power line has been put into operation. The activists of the blockade, who we constantly stay in touch with, remain at the site, watching over two others damaged power lines," Spizhov said.

Read more: Repair crews granted access to Kakhovska-Tytan power line, - Kherson Regional State Administration

Ukrenerho [national power provider - ed.] confirms electricity supply to Crimea via Kakhovska-Tytan line was resumed at 0:07 a.m., on Dec. 8. Head of company's information policy department Zynovii Butsio said it to Ukrainski Novyny.

"We were ready to start it last night, but the Crimean side was not ready to receive. They had to fix certain malfunctions... At 0:07 a.m., the line was put into operation," he said.

Butso added the transmitted power was 120 mW as of morning, Dec. 8.
 
 
 
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