Some consumers in six regions without electricity - Ministry of Energy

Some consumers in six regions without electricity - Ministry of Energy

As of May 10, Russians continue to shell the energy infrastructure, leaving some consumers in six regions without power.

According to Ukrinform, Ukraine’s Energy Ministry reported this on Telegram.

"The enemy continues to destroy Ukraine's civilian energy infrastructure. Yesterday one of the buildings of Kharkivoblenergo JSC in the region was damaged during an artillery attack. No one was killed or injured. Rescuers and representatives of the company are conducting an inspection to determine the extent of the damage," the statement said.

It is noted that some consumers in Donetsk, Zaporizhzhia, Sumy, Kharkiv, Kherson, and Chernihiv regions remain without electricity.

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"Despite the difficult security situation, power engineers continue to restore power supply. Over the past day, we managed to restore electricity to 8,000 consumers in Ukraine. Most of them are customers in Zaporizhzhia and Donetsk regions. The power system is operating stably, without any capacity limitations," the Ministry of Energy added.

As reported, the power system has suffered unprecedented damage. A lot of resources and time are still needed to restore the level of reliability that existed before Russian massive shelling.

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