Repair crews had to return power to consumers in the region twice during the day.
On the night of February 3, restoration work was interrupted by an attack by Russian drones on high-voltage energy facilities.
“Restoration work was not easy: since after the attacks the reliability of the power supply of the damaged power center decreases, repair crews had to return power to consumers in the region twice during the day,” Ukrenergo explains.
The company also noted that yesterday's attack on the energy infrastructure of Krivoy Rog – already the third in a week and one of the most massive in a year.
“This is a reminder that the enemy never gave up trying to restore energy terror, which began back in 2022. The task of the Russians is clear – terror against civilians, creating problems for industry and the economy,” the energy workers added . .
- Due to the attack of the “martyrs” on February 3, 15 thousand residents of Krivoy Rog were deprived of power, and two boiler houses were also left without power supply. The city introduced power outage schedules.