Thursday, September 4, 2008

Kareli and surrounding villages receive round the clock electricity

Kareli, and 6,500 customers of six adjacent villages, are now once again supplied with stable electricity 24 hours a day.

After the bombing of the Skra military base on August 24, two 110 kilowatt poles and the transmission lines they bore were damaged. The Technical Service of the Shida Kartli Branch of JSC "Energo-Pro Georgia" restored the service in 12 hours from a 35 kilowatt substation for a temporary period, but the permanent regular supply could not be reinstated as the area around the damaged pole was mined. However, on August 28 mine clearing was conducted and restoration work on the two damaged 110 kilowatt poles was undertaken.

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