The Ukrainian energy system is still reeling from the missile strikes and cannot operate at full capacity.
On Tuesday, November 22, planned power outages will be applied in all regions of Ukraine, the NPC Ukrenergo reported.
The energy company noted that the Ukrainian energy system is still not fully recovered from six waves of missile strikes and cannot operate at full capacity.
“We continue to do everything we can to restore sustainable energy to your homes,” the statement said.
Russian strikes on the energy system of Ukraine
As UNIAN reported earlier, in October and November, the energy system of Ukraine was subjected to rocket attacks from Russia. In particular, on November 15, Russia carried out a massive missile attack on Ukraine, as a result of which about 15 energy facilities were hit in different regions.
Energy Minister German Galushchenko said that this was the most massive shelling of the energy system since the beginning of the war. He noted that this attack could have an impact not only on the energy system of Ukraine, but also on the energy systems of some neighboring countries.
According to expert estimates, 50% of the energy infrastructure in Ukraine is now destroyed or damaged.
But the Ministry of Energy assured that the situation with energy supply in the country is under control. At the same time, Ukrainians are urged to reduce the load on the network.
President Volodymyr Zelensky reported that Kyiv and the region, Odessa and the region, Kharkiv and the region have the most problems with electricity.