Germany will help Ukraine rebuild eight high-voltage substations in the south and west of the country, which were destroyed as a result of Russian missile terror. This is reported Ukrenergo.
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As noted, on December 16, the Minister of Finance Sergey Marchenko and Chairman of the Board of Ukrenergo Volodymyr Kudrytskyy signed agreements with the Credit Institution for Recovery (KfW), which will raise 32.5 million euros to finance the rehabilitation of energy infrastructure facilities.
The German government was represented at the meeting by Ambassador Anka Feldhusen.
The funds received will be used to install equipment at substations in the near future, which will allow them to be controlled remotely from a central control room.
It is reported that eight rehabilitated high-voltage substations in the south and west will be automated, require a minimum of personnel, meet ENTSO-E requirements for the reliability of the transmission system and grid security.
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