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January 21, 2022, 09:03

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Press service of VDNKh

Among them are schools, universities, sports and cultural centers, hospitals, clinics, residential buildings and new buildings under the renovation program.

Over the past year, the capital’s power engineers connected more than 350 significant facilities to the power supply. This was told by the Deputy Mayor of Moscow in the Government of Moscow Petr Biryukov.

“Large-scale work is being carried out on an ongoing basis to connect new significant facilities for the capital to the power grid, ensuring reliable and uninterrupted power supply to citizens,” he noted. “In 2021, more than 350 new facilities were connected, including schools, universities, sports and cultural centers, hospitals, clinics, residential buildings and new buildings under the renovation program.”

The Deputy Mayor said that 82 transport infrastructure facilities, including the Sokol electric depot, the Cherkizovo transport hub, 10 stations of the Big Circle Metro Line and 50 medical organizations, received electricity.

18 cultural institutions are provided with electricity. Among them are the Metallurgy pavilion at VDNH, the Mosrentgen House of Culture, the Erzya Center cultural complex, and the Polytechnic Museum. Also, 28 educational institutions, including the RANEPA building, and 17 sports facilities, in particular the Dynamo water sports center, the motor sports center, and the premises of the Russian Fencing Federation, were connected to the power supply.

“13 public spaces received modern lighting, including an amusement park in the Moskvoretsky natural and historical park and a pedestrian zone from the Cathedral of Christ the Savior to Yakimanskaya Embankment,” emphasized Petr Biryukov. “As a result of the work carried out, these recreation areas have become even more comfortable and safe.”

The head of the municipal economy complex noted that all work on connecting new facilities is carried out using modern special equipment, including the trenchless method, especially in places of historical development.

“All significant facilities are provided with electricity according to the second category of reliability, that is, in the event of a technological disruption on one line, voltage will automatically be supplied through the backup line,” concluded Petr Biryukov.

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