Over the past day, electricity may have been restored to twice as many customers as the previous day.
Over the past 24 hours, DTEK’s emergency teams have restored power to 30,000 households in 14 settlements of Donetsk and Dnepropetrovsk regions, according to the company’s website on Wednesday, October 5.
In particular, electrical engineers must continue the work of electricity grids for more than 5 thousand families in 5 settlements of Nikopol and Sinelnikovsky districts of Dnipropetrovsk region.
In the Donetsk region, 9 settlements of Pokrovsky, Bakhmut and Kramatorsk districts were able to resume electricity supply for a day. Light returned to the homes of nearly 25,000 families.
Most of the restoration was carried out in one of the most difficult areas – in the Bakhmut district.
“In particular, in the community of Toretsk, power engineers restored light for 15,000 families in one day. In Bakhmut, more than 1,000 families were restored in less than a day, and more than 4,000 families in one day,” the report said.
In addition, power engineers managed to restore light to more than 2 thousand families of the Slavic community. And to carry out a number of repairs in the communities of Kramatorsk, Konstantinovskaya and Maryinskaya.
It should be noted that a day before, DTEK power engineers restored electricity to 15,000 families in 18 settlements.
In September, DTEK energy workers restored electricity to 385,000 families in Donetsk and Dnipropetrovsk regions, which continue to be stoned.
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