Because of the shelling, Ukraine’s energy facilities received significant damage, and now a repair campaign has begun at Energoatom and the thermal generation companies.
As part of preparation for the next heating season, DTEK plans to carry out scheduled repairs of power units of thermal power plants, if possible, after shelling. Dmitry Sakharuk, Executive Director of DTEK, announced this on the air of the national telethon.
According to him, a repair campaign is underway at Energoatom and the thermal generation companies.
Sakharuk added that due to shelling, Ukraine’s energy facilities were severely damaged, and partial or full restoration and timely purchase of equipment required significant funds.
“Of course, we partially do these repairs, but, unfortunately, none of the energy companies, including ours, can fully finance such a large amount of work,” he said.
Earlier it was reported that as a result of Russian attacks, two dozen power units of thermal power plants were damaged, every second substation of Ukrenergo was attacked. DTEK energy facilities were subjected to more than 170 rocket and drone attacks, as a result of which 11,000 pieces of equipment were damaged.
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