This was reported by DTEK Kyiv Regional Electric Networks, according to Ukrinform.
"There are emergency power outages across the region. Schedules of stabilization shutdowns, which were drawn up earlier, are currently not in effect," the statement reads.
It is emphasized that DTEK power engineers, together with specialists of NEC Ukrenergo, other emergency services, and state authorities are doing everything possible to stabilize the situation as soon as possible.
As Ukrinform reported, on November 23, Russian troops launched another massive attack on Ukraine. As a result of the enemy strikes, energy infrastructure facilities were damaged, all nuclear power plants, most thermal, and hydroelectric power plants were temporarily de-energized.