In Kyiv, according to it, affordable capacity was 62-67% of normal consumption. "In fact, the last attack rejected us somewhere a week ago. I hope we will soon return to stabilization schedules," Kovalenko said. Yasno continues active work with condominiums (associations of co -owners of an apartment building) and housing houses, which are connected to the energy of critical infrastructure, he said. Yasno says that 474 homes already have a solution.
According to Kovalenko, management companies are ready to switch off the light in such homes during emergency or stabilization. "In the face of significant restrictions, the main goal is to give electricity to critical infrastructure, and to distribute the rest evenly among the population," the company director explained. DTEK noted that foreign partners and power companies help to restore the Russian energy destroyed by Ukrainian energy.
According to experts, every rocket strike is increasingly destroying Ukraine's power system. The schedules of stabilization shutdowns in Kiev and the region are not currently operating, DTEK stressed. We will remind that earlier in Yasno they were forecast when the stabilization shutdown of light will end. This will be possible if you follow the schedules of shutdowns in winter and early spring.
Serhiy Kovalenko said that another Russian missile attack on energy objects will not be able to completely disable Kyiv from light. Planned electricity shutdowns in the capital were canceled. On December 5, Russian troops struck another massive rocket strike across Ukraine. The explosions were heard in Zaporozhye, Odessa, Vinnitsa, Kryvyi Rih and the Kiev region. Ukrenergo said that it will take several days to eliminate the effects of shelling on December 5.