Energo Pro Georgia says there was not voltage drop or power suspension
in Gudauri resort zone on March 16. Energo-Pro Georgia expresses its
readiness to provide the experts with the documents confirming that there was
no delay in electricity supply or any voltage drop in the Gudauri resort zone
on March 16.
“The initial conclusion of the international experts may involve any gaps in the internal, local power network of ropeways, including the voltage drop. However, JSC "Energo-Pro Georgia" does not have any information on the fault of the local network as the company does not carry out the operation of the network, therefore it is not responsible for its functioning. JSC "Energo Pro Georgia" expresses its readiness to submit experts the documents confirming that there was no delay in electricity supply in the Gudauri resort zone on March 16, "- the statement reads.
First Vice-prime Minister, Minister of Economics and Sustainable Development Dimitri Kumsishvili presented a preliminary conclusion of the company Bureau Veritas regarding the Gudauri accident saying that “a voltage drop caused suspension of the ski lift’s work.”
11 people been injured in a ski lift crash in Gudauri resort on March 16. One of them is the citizen of Sweden, 6 - the citizens of Russia and 4-the citizens of Ukraine.