NPPs will start working in the evening of November 24 – Ministry of Energy

NPPs will start working in the evening of November 24 – Ministry of Energy
NPPs will start working in the evening of November 24 – Ministry of Energy

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The Ministry of Energy claims that Ukraine experienced a blackout on November 23

All critical infrastructure objects that were damaged after the missile attack have already been connected to the power system.

Energy Minister Herman Galushchenko expects that Ukraine’s nuclear power plants will start operating in the evening of November 24. He stated this on the air of the telethon “Edyni novynyi”.

According to Galushchenko, after that, the electricity shortage is expected to decrease. According to him, the country experienced a blackout on Wednesday, November 23. It was possible to connect the power system after the missile strikes only at 4:00 am.

“The situation is difficult throughout the country. There are areas where the supply of electricity has already been increased. But you need to understand that yesterday in fact there was a blackout in our power system due to shelling. But at four in the morning we were able to unite the power system, now it works as a single one. connected critical infrastructure facilities throughout the country. Accordingly, we will increase the amount of generation during the day. We expect that by the evening the nuclear power plants will start working and will supply electricity to the grid,” said the Minister of Energy.

We will remind you that on Wednesday, November 23, the Russians launched about 70 missiles and five drones over Ukraine. As a result, all units of the Rivne, South Ukrainian and Khmelnytsky NPPs were shut down due to a decrease in frequency in the Ukrainian power system. Residents of dozens of cities were left without electricity.

The article is in Ukrainian

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