Lviv Polytechnic National University received four generators from the Rzeszów City Hall and enterprises. They can be run on gasoline or gas.
The generators were delivered from the Republic of Poland to Lviv thanks to the efforts of Volodymyr Shepitchak and Yurii Malynovskyi, heads of the Center for the Collection of Humanitarian Aid.
Earlier, Konrad Fijolek, mayor of Rzeszów, called on business representatives at both regional and national levels to support the collection of electricity generators for Ukraine. Deloitte made a donation and provided 50 generators for educational and medical institutions. In particular, Lviv Polytechnic received four of them. These generators have a capacity of 3.9 kW.
– For the first time since Polytechnic began receiving humanitarian cargo, the German manufacturer handed over generators on the gas and gasoline system. It’s very convenient, as it makes it possible to save on fuel, said Yurii Malynovskyi.
Handing over the generators, representatives of the administration of the city of Rzeszów promised to continue assisting Lviv Polytechnic.
According to Volodymyr Shepitchak, the University needs 16 more generators in order to be fully supplied with electricity for the operation of critical infrastructure in the case of a complete blackout.
We will remind you that Lviv Polytechnic has recently received another batch of generators from Polish partners, the largest weighing 3 tons. The Polish city of Gliwice handed over three powerful generators to our University. The University of Opole handed over several generators to Lviv Polytechnic, one of which weighs almost a ton. Polish rescuers handed over a new 16 kW generator to Polytechnic. Also, Lviv Polytechnic National University received a 250 kW generator, the cost of which is 20,000 euros. In addition, the Honorary Consulate of the Republic of Lithuania donated a generator to Polytechnic and provided other humanitarian aid.