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  • Modernization of obsolete energy infrastructure will help reduce utility bills, says Prime Minister
    Communications Department of the Secretariat of the CMU, posted 27 October 2021 14:02

    During a working visit to Donetsk region on October 27, Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal checked the construction of a modular solid fuel boiler house for heating the building of the Ocheretyn preschool educational complex. The PM also got acquainted with the projects of gas pipelines in Marinka and Krasnohorivka.

    "All homes and social infrastructure must be provided with uninterrupted heating. Therefore, the search for alternative fuel sources, the development of renewable energy and energy modernization are becoming a priority for the authorities today. At the initiative of the President, the Government is preparing large-scale projects. Restoration and modernization of obsolete energy infrastructure will help reduce heat loss in supply, and thus reduce utility bills," said the Prime Minister.

    It is expected to complete the construction of a modular solid fuel boiler house in Ocheretyne by the end of this year.

    .According to the Donetsk RSA, the construction of gas pipelines in Marinka and Krasnohorivka will restore gas supply to about 27,000 city residents, as well as allow for further gasification of settlements in Pokrovsky district.

    Modernization of obsolete energy infrastructure will help reduce utility bills, says Prime Minister Modernization of obsolete energy infrastructure will help reduce utility bills, says Prime Minister Modernization of obsolete energy infrastructure will help reduce utility bills, says Prime Minister