Siemens gas turbine which was imported into the territory of temporarily occupied Crimea in circumvention of international sanctions, have caused a new trouble. This is stated in the message of the Ministry of the temporarily occupied territories and internally displaced persons in Ukraine.
So, November 3, on the roof of the main building of the Taurian TPP was revealed the emergency area with signs of damage to the roof due to thermal effects. The consequences of the accident at the facility is recorded using the space of photography.
Available in Minot information on power plants, where installed gas turbine Siemens, was carried out commissioning, which could cause an accident.
As you know, Taurian TPP needs to work on natural gas. The location for the construction is near the main station “Simferopol”, intended for the supply of electricity in the direction of the southern coast of the Crimea and Sevastopol.
For the construction of the power plant allocated 2 plots of land with a total area of 61.6 hectares, and its customer is the Ministry of energy of the Russian Federation. The construction of the Tauride thermal power plant is a Russian company, which is under Ukrainian and international sanctions.
Earlier in Minot reported that the occupation administration of the Crimea Peninsula hides the fact of the accident at Balaklava TPP, which was once again delayed the launch of the plant.
Recall that in early July of 2017, the scandal surrounding the supply of gas turbines of the German company Siemens to bypass sanctions of the European Union to the occupied Crimea. The German concern Siemens said at least two gas turbines, which he put for the project in Russia, was delivered to the territory of the occupied Crimea against its will.
First in the Russian Federation denied the fact of supply, but later a subsidiary of the Russian Corporation rostec tekhnopromeksport, which bought a Siemens gas turbine in a joint venture German company “Power machines”, confirmed that their power supplies to Crimea after the upgrade.
Due to the movement of turbines in the Crimea, the European Union imposed sanctions against Russian partners Siemens and the Deputy Minister of energy of the Russian Federation Andrey Tcherezov. And after under U.S. sanctions hit the curators of the supply of turbines by Siemens.