Almost 40% of the country’s energy infrastructure was damaged due to missile and drone attacks. However, this does not mean that the affected PSUs have stopped working.
From October 10 at least half of Ukraine’s heat production capacity suffered from Russian aggressors, 4,000 MW were lost. “I have to tell you that it is… at least half of the heat production capacity, even more,” Galushchenko described the extent of the damage.
However, according to the head of the Ministry of Energy, there is a way out of the crisis. One option is to import electricity, some traders have already started negotiations with suppliers.
The next day, DTEK CEO Maksim Timchenko voiced the amount of losses in the company’s thermal power plants. In just three days from October 10 to 13, they reached 400 million. hryvnias.
The army of the Russian Federation continues attack critical infrastructure that led to the introduction of general energy conservation in Ukraine.
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