Lviv Polytechnic National University received eight new power generators from the Association of Polish Electrical Engineers
The generators from the Republic of Poland were delivered to Lviv thanks to Volodymyr Shepitchak and Yuriy Malynovskyi, heads of the Center for the Collection of Humanitarian Aid, who have already delivered for Lviv Polytechnic almost half a hundred generators.
– We brought eleven generators: eight for Polytechnic, and three for our army. Another batch of aid was handed over by the Association of Polish Electrical Engineers. We are grateful to its manager, Boleslaw Palac, who responded to our request. The University needs eight more generators to ensure the operation of critical infrastructure, said Volodymyr Shepitchak.
Among these eight generators for Polytechnic, there are five high power generators (from 5.5 to 7 kW) and three low power generators (3 kW).
Let us 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 Polytechnic. Opole University of Technology also handed over several generators to Lviv Polytechnic, one of which weighs almost a ton. Polish rescuers handed over a new 16 kW generator to Lviv Polytechnic. Also, Polish benefactors handed over a high-power generator to Polytechnic.