Power outages for businesses and households were announced across the country.
Due to damage to the equipment of the backbone network of the energy system, Ukrenergo introduced schedules for emergency shutdown of power supply for industrial and residential consumers in all regions of Ukraine from 17:00.
“Due to terrorist missile attacks, the equipment of the backbone network of the Ukrainian energy system was damaged in several regions at once. Currently, consumer restrictions are necessary to reduce the load on the networks and prevent repeated accidents after the infrastructure has been damaged by Russian shelling,” the company said in a statement. Monday evening, October 31st.
It was noted that such measures will enable power engineers to quickly restore damaged facilities and keep the system balanced.
“Ukrenergo, together with distribution network operators, is doing everything possible to restore the damaged energy infrastructure as soon as possible. Repair teams are working around the clock,” the company said.
Ukrainians are again asked to use electricity as sparingly as possible.
“We ask Ukrainians for understanding and help. Asking yourself ‘What can I turn off’ and turning off the excess helps us in the energy front,” Ukrenergo stressed.
Recall that the Ukrainian military destroyed 44 of the more than 50 missiles fired today by the Russian aggressors.
Due to damage to energy infrastructure in the morning, emergency power outages were introduced in seven regions.
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