• 24/07/2024 06:12

Did the new missile strike affect the country’s energy system: Ukrenergo’s response

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In «Ukrenergo» They noted that the missile attack on Sunday, March 24, did not significantly affect the operation of the energy system.

This information was reported by  «Ukrenergo», URA-Inform reports.  

However, Russian «martyrs» attacked energy facilities in the Dnepropetrovsk region. In addition, restrictions apply in Kharkov, and in the Odessa and Khmelnitsky regions, with an increase in electricity consumption, outage schedules are possible.

«The morning missile attack is not significantly affected the operation of the power system. But during the night, the Russians again targeted energy facilities in the Dnepropetrovsk region with drones,” the report says.

Energy workers added that the debris damaged some equipment at one of the substations and a high-voltage power line. At the same time, interruptions in heat supply and disruption of the technological process at individual industrial enterprises were recorded in Krivoy Rog.

Also, during an air raid alarm, the air line that ensured the operation of the backup power circuit of the Zaporozhye NPP was turned off.

«In the Dnepropetrovsk region, specialists from «Ukrenergo» and oblenergos resumed power supply to industry and heat supply to household consumers. The reliability of the ZNPP power supply has also been restored – the switched-off line has been returned to operation. In Kharkov, there are network restrictions caused by damage to energy infrastructure facilities. In the Odessa region and Khmelnytsky region» Shutdown schedules can be applied as consumption increases. In all affected regions, emergency restoration work continues 24/7, assured Ukrenergo.

We would like to remind you that it was previously reported that the likelihood of a DneproHES dam failure: Zaporozhye OVA made a new statement.

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