Blackout schedules have been introduced in Poltava and Donetsk regions

Donetsk region

In this area, it is noted that transition to confirmation shutdowns due to enemy shelling is carried out by order of PrJSC “National Energy Company “Ukrenergo”.

DTEK added that rehabilitation work in the energy region is ongoing.

You can find out exactly what the schedules will be in different settlements at addresses in the Donetsk region on the website of DTEK. Through this link.


Emergency blackout schedules are used in the area.

As the head of OVA said, there is a shortage of production capacity as a result of the massive night-time attack on the country's energy system.

“Invincible points are used in the region where you can charge your gadgets and stay connected if needed,” the official noted.

As of now, more than 154,000 household consumers and nearly 9,500 corporate consumers are without electricity in the Poltava region, the administration said.

Blackout in Ukraine due to shelling

Let us remind that this afternoon “Ukrenergo” instructed the operators to implement the blackout schedule in three regions: Dnipropetrovsk, Zaporizhia and Kirovohrad.

We should also add that on March 29, Kharkiv updated the blackout schedule, which will be in effect from April 1 to 7.

Russian invaders also reportedly launched 60 kamikaze drones and 39 missiles over Ukraine on the night of March 29. 56 drones and 29 enemy missiles were destroyed by the forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine and air defense means.

The enemy's strike is again aimed at energy. Aggressors attacked three TPPs in Ukraine, the equipment was severely damaged as a result of the attack. Critical infrastructure facilities in Dnipropetrovsk, Cherkasy, Lviv and Ivano-Frankivsk regions were also hit.

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According to Prime Minister Denis Schmihal, today's strike again badly damaged equipment. According to him, due to the Russian attack, Ukraine started importing electricity from Romania, Slovakia, Poland, Hungary and Moldova.

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