Azerbaijan's military bases in the country's Kalbajar district have been provided with electricity, Trend reports citing Azerishig OJSC.
“The work on the uninterrupted power supply to Kalbajar is underway,” the company said. “The military bases have been provided with electricity as part of the work conducted over the past month.”
According to the message, eight transformer stations have been installed in Veng, Baglipaya, Gamishli, Chaykend and Gilinjli villages, which provide the military bases with electricity.
“For this purpose, electric cables with a voltage of 10 kV and a length of 6.2 kilometers, electric cables with a voltage of 0.4 kV and a length of more than 2.5 kilometers were laid and power transmission lines with a voltage of 10 kV and a length of over 1.5 kilometers were built,” the company said.
According to the message, the power transmission line was restored from the Kalbajar substation with a voltage of 110/35/10 kV to Veng and Baglipaya villages.
“An 18-kilometer power transmission line with a voltage of 10 kV has also been restored from the Kalbajar substation to the Zulfugarli village,” the company said.
According to the message, the restoration of 35 kV power transmission lines between Yanshag and Chopurlu villages has begun.
“Moreover, wires have been replaced and new poles have been installed on the three-kilometer section of the 35 kV power transmission line between the Kalbajar substation and the Istisu settlement,” the message said.
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