Also, some consumers in Donetsk, Sumy, Dnepropetrovsk, Zaporozhye, Kharkov, Kherson and Chernigov regions remain without electricity.
On Wednesday night, Russian aggressors attacked the Poltava region and destroyed energy infrastructure facilities. The Ministry of Energy reported this on November 1.
“As a result of the power line damage, three settlements were de-energized, 10 legal and nearly 500 household consumers were disconnected,” the statement said.
In addition, due to shelling in the Donetsk region, 17 settlements lost power. In the Chernihiv region, more than 1,000 consumers were disconnected as a result of peeling and damage to power lines. In the Sumy region, 3,270 consumers lost power due to shelling.
Also, some consumers in Dnepropetrovsk, Zaporozhye, Kharkov, Kherson, and Chernigov regions remain without electricity.
In Nikopol in the Dnepropetrovsk region, households were cut off from gas supplies due to shelling.
Repair teams work where the security situation allows.
In total, the power plants supplied electricity to about 34.6 thousand consumers during the day. Most of them are in the Donetsk region.
As a result of technological violations, almost 7 thousand consumers in the Dnepropetrovsk region were temporarily cut off in the last 24 hours. Now everything is amplified.
The Ministry of Energy has ensured that the electricity produced by the power plants is sufficient to meet the needs of consumers. Yesterday, from 11:00 to 14:00, Ukraine provided emergency assistance to the Polish transmission system operator. Its total value is 690 MWh.
In addition, commercial electricity imports in the past 24 hours reached 69.00 MWh. And exports to Slovakia and Moldova are 2,222 MWh.
We remind you that on the night of November 1, the Russians attacked the Poltava region with drones. One hit was recorded at an oil refinery in Kremenchug.
In this regard, air defense units shot down 19 enemy targets in different areas.
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