In Goloseevsky, Shevchenkovsky, Solomensky and Svyatoshinsky districts, stabilization outage schedules were applied. Due to equipment damage, power facilities cannot transmit energy to all residents of the capital.
Due to damage to energy infrastructure facilities during a massive shelling in Kyiv on Friday, March 10, stabilization schedules for power outages were applied. This was reported by the press service of DTEK.
In particular, the power was turned off today in parts of:
Goloseevsky, Shevchenkovsky, Solomensky, Svyatoshinsky districts.
Due to damage to equipment, power facilities cannot transmit energy to all residents of these areas, the company said.
The CEO of Yasno, which is part of the DTEK group, Sergey Kovalenko, confirmed on his social networks that after yesterday’s shelling, the emergency teams have not yet been able to repair the damage to the power system.
“Therefore, Ukrenergo gave the command to use the schedules in part of Goloseevsky, Svyatoshinsky, Solomensky and Shevchenkovsky districts,” he stressed.
The general director of the company noted that as soon as the power engineers complete the repair work, the above areas will return to full power supply.
Recall that today, March 10, Sergei Kovalenko explained why the Ukrainians turn off the light during the missile attacks of the Russian Federation. According to him, voltage fluctuations were recorded during Russian shelling on March 9. To avoid this, power engineers introduced preventive blackouts in some regions of the country.
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