It is necessary to evenly distribute the load of forced closure to all consumers so that people turn on the light at least 5-6 hours a day, Denys Shmygal explained.
Oblenergos is faced with the task of not exceeding the limits of Ukrenergo and minimizing the unequal connectivity of consumers in Ukraine. Prime Minister Denys Shmygal said this on Tuesday, November 29, the press service of the Cabinet of Ministers reported.
“Now oblenergo is faced with two tasks: not to exceed the limits given by the NPC Ukrenergo, because that is why it is necessary to apply emergency shutdowns. And secondly, to reduce the uneven connection of consumers. 30, and sometimes 40 hours, while others remain. with electricity around the clock. This is a matter of fairness,” the prime minister stressed.
Shmygal urged the local authorities to join the communication and explain to the people why some houses are not turned off, for what reasons, what critical infrastructure facilities are connected to them.
“Yes, the situation is complicated, there is a deficit. But with the 30% deficit in the system, network cost and priority healing of critical infrastructure, 50-60% is left for the population in each region to meet their needs,” said the head of the government.
According to him, this is enough to evenly distribute the load of forced loss to all consumers, so that people turn on the light for at least 5-6 hours a day.
As a reminder, as of November 29, Ukraine’s energy system still has a power deficit at the level of 30%. Restrictions apply to all regions of the country.
As you know, this shortage in the energy system is the result of seven waves of Russian missile strikes on energy infrastructure.
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