In the Kyiv region, energy companies have partially restored power supply after yesterday’s attack, but emergency restrictions are in place in the region.
As reported by Ukrinform, DTEK Kyiv regional power grids informs u Facebook.
“DTEK’s energy workers, together with all rescue services, continue to eliminate the consequences of the attacks on energy facilities, which were inflicted by Russia on November 23. The situation remains difficult, but under control,” the report says.
Yes, as of the morning of November 24, it has already been restored electricity supply 30% to regional consumers. First of all, electricity supply to critical infrastructure facilities, including water supply and hospitals, was restored.
Power engineers continue to work on the supply of electricity for the entire region.
Also overnight, DTEK specialists restored power to all energy facilities supplying voltage to the right bank of the Kyiv region.
As of the afternoon of October 24, energy workers are continuing to repair the lines of DTEK Kyiv Regional Power Grids, which were damaged due to adverse weather conditions on November 23.
In particular, 97 teams of energy workers are working to restore the supply of light to some of the household customers who remained without power from yesterday.
“At the same time, according to the instructions of the system operator of NEC “Ukrenergo”, emergency power supply restrictions are currently applied in the Kyiv region. Therefore, some consumers are temporarily without electricity supply, in accordance with the needs of the power system. For these consumers, electricity supply will be restored after the stabilization of the situation in the power system, in accordance with the instructions of the Ukrenergo dispatcher, as well as after the completion of repairs on the lines that were damaged due to bad weather. Currently, about 70% of the residents of Kyiv region are without electricity,” the report says.
The situation in the energy system after another Russian missile attack is extremely difficult. Energy workers are doing their best around the clock to ensure that people get electricity as soon as possible. DTEK asks all customers to be as responsible as possible with electricity consumption in order to help the power system.
As reported, on November 23, the Russian Federation launched a massive missile attack on a number of regions of Ukraine, in particular, on the energy infrastructure.
NEC “Ukrenergo” announced on November 23 that emergency shutdowns are occurring in all regions of Ukraine.
Subsequently, the head of the Kyiv Regional Military Administration, Oleksiy Kuleba, stated that there is a complete lack of electricity supply in the region due to a massive enemy missile attack.