In connection with the ongoing repair work at the Bishkek’s Heating and Power Plant, the supply of thermal energy to the city’s consumers will be limited. Electric Stations Company reported.
As a result of the planned inspection, the duty personnel of the heating plant detected a defect in the return network water pipeline. It was found on the non-disconnected section of the return network water pipelines, where the pipeline was re-traced during the modernization of the HPP.
Commission is working. To carry out the work, it is necessary to temporary turn off the heating and hot water supply to the consumers of Bishkekteploset JSC.
These necessary works will entail a temporary decrease in the heating load in the southern part of the capital. The heating load will be turned off on Zapad-1 and Zapad-2 main pipelines (central part of the city, north of the railway).
The work will begin on January 26 and is planned to be completed by 21.00.
A breakdown occurred at Bishkek’s HPP on January 26 last year. Bishkek residents were left without heating during severe frost.