All thermal and hydroelectric plants ukrainian have been damaged in eight waves of Russian missile attacks, the Ukrainian Prime Minister said today. Denys Schmyhalwho warned of “important restrictions” for this winter.
In a Facebook message collected by the Ukrinform agency, the Ukrainian prime minister stresses that “Ukraine’s energy system suffers from a significant energy deficit” and precise that “After eight waves of missile attacks, all the country’s thermal and hydroelectric plants have been damaged, 40% of the high-voltage network facilities have suffered damage to a greater or lesser degree.”
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“We must all be aware that this winter we are going to suffer significant restrictions in electricity consumption,” warned.
He added that the government has instructed the energy ministry to identify and consider clear priorities for power supply.
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In this sense, he specified that the first priority is critical infrastructures and hospitals; the second, the companies and facilities of the military-industrial complex; the third, the companies that manufacture goods and products of critical importance for the country, and the fourth, the housing sector.
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