Due to inclement weather, light went out in many areas

In Sumy Oblast alone, nearly 60 households are without electricity.

According to the Ministry of Energy, electricity supply has been stopped in 120 residences.

Although the Russians have not attacked Ukraine’s energy facilities in the past day, thunderstorms have led to power problems in the country’s territory. 120 settlements in Sumy, Kirovohrad and other regions were disabled.

About this on Monday 26th June, Ministry of Energy said.

This resulted in massive thunderstorms Consumers were cut off in Kirovohrad, Sumy, Mykolaiv, Odesa and Poltava regions, the department said.

Currently, there are no lights:

  • Sumi area – 59 flats;
  • Kirovohrad region – 7 settlements;
  • Poltava region – 18 apartments;
  • Chernihiv region – 12 settlements;
  • Odesa region – 24 apartments.

“Through Technical violations “Consumers in Kyiv and Kyiv region were also temporarily disabled,” the ministry added.

However, according to the Ministry of Energy, the electricity produced by Ukrainian power plants is fully sufficient to meet the needs of consumers.

At the same time, in the front line and border areas with Russia Due to the shelling, some consumers were disconnected Dnipropetrovsk, Donetsk, Zaporizhzhia, Kherson and Chernihiv regions. In Kharkiv province, more than 9,000 consumers were temporarily without electricity as a result of the shelling. Where the safety situation permits, repair work is carried out.

The ministry also said that work is underway to clear up the consequences of the flood caused by the occupiers blowing up the Khakovskaya HPP dam. 13,500 consumers are without electricity in Kherson. Power Board employees are engaged in the work of repairing the power supply.

Also, according to the Ministry of Energy, in the cooling pool of Zaporizhzhia NPP, “Slight drop in water level” – Currently this indicator is 16.58, which is enough to meet the needs of the station.

Energy during war

It is worth recalling that, according to UN calculations, from the beginning of the Russian massive shelling in October until the end of 2022, Ukrainians were without electricity for a total of five weeks.

According to the adviser to the head of the presidential office, Mykhailo Podoliak, the Russian military may again resort to massive strikes on Ukraine’s energy infrastructure in the fall and winter. The OP representative emphasized that the occupying government has few tools to influence the course. A full scale war.

Last week, there was an emergency power cut in Gaya. The reason was damage to networks in the Vinnytsia region.

Earlier, the informant wrote what weather awaits Ukrainians in June according to the data of the Ukrainian Meteorological Center.

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