The former director of the Bishkek Heating and Power Plant Omurkul uulu Nurlan knew that the new unit would not work. He announced this at a press conference today.
According to him, he repeatedly wrote letters noting the need to build a chemical plant for the new unit.
«When the contract was signed, a special group was set up to which we submitted. All our letters were written to the General Director of Electric Stations JSC. At first, the acceptance was planned for May, but since the documents were not ready, the date was constantly postponed. We said that the unit would not work because of the lack of chemically demineralized water,» said Omurkul uulu Nurlan.
He believes that modernization might cost much cheaper. «About $ 250 million was spent. That’s why they added the sums to the cost of tools,» Omurkul uulu Nurlan explained.