Donetsk, Jul 12 — DAN. A 75 megawatt boiler house to supply heat to 233 houses and 49 social infrastructure facilities will be built in Mariupol by this autumn, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Marat Khusnullin said on Wednesday.
“We continue preparations for the next heating season in the new regions, ” Khusnullin said. “Three water heating boilers from the Smolensk region have already been delivered and installed at this facility.”
Another two boiler houses will be launched in the port city this autumn. The objective is to supply heat to 1,720 homes that accommodate more than 80,000 families, and to 385 social infrastructure facilities, the deputy prime minister said.
Khusnullin visited Mariupol on Tuesday to inspect progress at city construction sites. After his earlier trip to Donbass, he set the task of meeting the targets of the socio-economic development program for the region in 2023-2025.*jk