There is enough electricity for domestic needs, the problem with delivery is Ukrenergo
In general, there is no electricity shortage problem in Ukraine after the Russian attacks on Thursday, but the enemy damaged the network that supplies electricity to the regions.
The head of Ukrenergo, Volodymyr Kudrytskyi, told about this on the air of the telethon.
He emphasized that the enemy did not achieve its main goals with its attacks, because the energy system did not collapse and did not “go out”.
At the same time, there is damage to energy infrastructure facilities in many regions today: “There is damage to both TPPs and Ukrenergo substations, due to which there are restrictions on energy supply in some regions.” Ukrenergo is already working to restore power to all regions.
Kudrytsky noted that the final assessment of the damage caused by the Russian attack is still ongoing, so it is not clear how long it will take to restore the power system. “We will give more precise terms in the middle or at the end of the day (Thursday – EP),” he clarified.
Despite the attack on energy-generating facilities, Kudrytsky noted that “there is no problem covering consumption in the country, there is a problem with the fact that the main network, which is used to deliver it to one or another region, is damaged.”
We remind you:
According to updated information, there were in Kyiv region and Dnipropetrovsk region canceled emergency power outages, however, part of Odesa region and some districts of Kyiv are still without power.