However, the existing deficit is still too large to switch to scheduled power outages.
Deficit of electricity in Kyiv decreased from 50% to 30-35%. Currently, this deficit is too large to switch to scheduled power outages.
The mayor of the city, Vitaliy Klitschko, announced this on the air of the “Kyiv” TV channel. According to him, the indicator has improved during the last day.
“Yesterday, the electricity deficit was 50%, that is, half of Kyiv was temporarily without electricity. Now the situation has improved: the deficit is not 50%, but 30-35%,” said the mayor.
Klitschko said that the situation with energy supply is improving, but the Russians can launch a new missile attack on the Ukrainian energy infrastructure at any moment. In this regard, he advised the people of Kyiv to be ready for any scenarios. In particular, it is necessary to have a supply of drinking and technical water, food and prepare warm clothes.
“If there is an opportunity, if you or your acquaintances or relatives have a house in the suburbs with a stove, heat, water, please arrange to temporarily spend time there,” added the mayor.
Klitschko noted that 500 “points of indomitability” for 3.5 million residents of the capital are “not a panacea.”
Blackout in Kyiv
On October 10, the Russian occupiers began attacks on critical objects infrastructure of Ukraine. They beat on power substations, hydropower and heat generation facilities. Because of this, Ukraine started emergency shutdowns electricity supply
It was established on November 17 in Kyiv anti-record for power outages.
On November 23, after another large-scale attack, the Ministry of Energy of Ukraine announced that a blackout had begun in the entire energy system of the country.
On November 24, they were in Kyiv without light 70% of residential buildings. At the same time, it became known that the lights in the capital will be turned on for 2-3 hours until the volume increases electricity.