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8 December 2009

Ukrenergo response

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25 November 2009

[Ukrenergo response] Construction of 330 kV Adjalik-Usatove overhead transmission line interconnection

Author: Ukrenergo

[Original company response in Ukrainian; title translation, and following summary of the response's key points, provided by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre] The construction of a new 330 kV overhead transmission line interconnection...

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23 November 2009

EBRD funding for controversial transmission line through Usatove may be suspended [Ukraine]

Author: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development is calling for a halt to the construction of high voltage power lines in the Odessa region and has expressed strong concern over the unauthorized change in the route for the transmission line. The...

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21 November 2009

Conflict between police and local residents over high voltage power lines through Usatove [Ukraine]

Author: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group

The construction of a new 330 kV Overhead transmission line…interconnection between Usatove and Ajalyk substations…financed by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development [EBRD] has led to run-ins between police units and residents of the...

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21 November 2009

Ukraine: Clashes between police & local residents in protest over alleged health impacts of Ukrenergo’s high voltage power lines - 5 women injured

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