Ukraine’s energy system operating with no capacity deficit for 20 days – Ukrenergo

Ukraine’s energy system operating with no capacity deficit for 20 days – Ukrenergo

Ukraine’s energy system has been operating with no capacity deficit for 20 days now.

The relevant statement was made by Ukrenergo National Power Company on Facebook, an Ukrinform correspondent reports.

“There has been no capacity deficit in the energy system for 20 days in a row, and nothing like that is expected at the moment. The consumption volumes are at the level of a working day and are fully covered with the electricity output from Ukrainian power generating facilities and a small amount of imports,” the report states.

According to Ukrenergo, all types of power plants are running now. The volume of available generation capacities contributes to improving the operational safety of the energy system.

There are no power supply restrictions for household consumers across regions now, Ukrenergo noted. However, if there are any changes in the energy situation and consumption volumes rapidly increase, power outages may be introduced.

“Power engineers continue repair works within all energy objects, which were previously damaged in Russian missile and drone attacks, in order to increase the available capacity in the energy system, raise the reliability of power transmission and power supply in certain regions,” Ukrenergo concluded.

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