112 communities in the region remain without power, to which repair crews have no access.
Repair crews restored power to thousands of consumers in the Donetsk region within 24 hours, without power after the Russian shelling. Energy holder DTEK announced this on Sunday, December 10.
The company recalled that due to the conflicts in the region, critical infrastructure was constantly damaged, so energy workers had to remove the consequences of shelling every day. In the past 24 hours alone, light has returned to the homes of 9,229 families in Donbass.
At the same time, 112 communities in the region remain without electricity supply, where energy company specialists do not have access to carry out work.
“Energy workers will definitely restore electricity to all residents of the region as soon as they receive permission to carry out work from the Armed Forces of Ukraine,” assured DTEK.
We remind you that this morning, due to bad weather, military operations and technological violations, 455 settlements in some regions of Ukraine remained without electricity.
And two days ago, the Russians fired again at one of the thermal power plants in the front-line region. No personnel were injured.
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