Ukrenergo announced blackouts in Ukraine on November 21

Ukrenergo announced blackouts in Ukraine on November 21
Ukrenergo announced blackouts in Ukraine on November 21

The restrictions, according to the energy company, will be in effect throughout the day.

On Monday, November 21, scheduled power outages will operate in Ukraine. This was reported by the press service of the national energy company Ukrenergo.

It is reported that planned power outages will operate in Ukraine over the next 24 hours.

In all regions of the country, according to Ukrenergo, the electricity will be switched off from 00:00 to 24:00.

The energy company noted that during the weekend, power engineers managed to stabilize the situation in the energy sector and reduce the level of consumption by residential consumers, despite a significant deterioration in weather conditions.

“On November 21, additional emergency outages are also not predicted. We continue to do everything possible to return light to your homes. Ukrenergo does not turn off specific houses, streets or cities, but only provides oblenergos with volumes that need to be reduced in consumption,” the energy company said in a statement. .

Schedules of planned power outages, as Ukrenergo warns, can be found at this link.

It should be noted that earlier DTEK commented on rumors that electricity could be turned off in Ukraine for 10 days. In particular, the energy co-holding considers the scenario in which the country will plunge into a long blackout unlikely.

It was also reported that DTEK warned household consumers in the Kyiv region about long-term power outages that could last up to 10 days.

Focus in his article, he told in detail what would happen to heating and water in cold weather and whether Ukrainians needed to leave because of possible long-term power outages.

The article is in Russian

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