More than 600,000 Ukrainians remained without power supply due to hostilities

Ministry of Energy of Ukraine reported on September 4, 2022, that over the past day electricity supply was restored to about 4,300 consumers in the Dnipropetrovsk region (central Ukraine), who were cut off due to hostilities.

Source: Ministry of Energy of Ukraine

According to the Ministry of Energy, 600,000 Ukrainians remained without power supply due to Russia’s war against Ukraine.

“In Ukraine, 790 settlements, with a total of about 601,000 consumers, remain without electricity due to damage caused by hostilities. In particular, there are about 372,000 consumers without electricity in the Donetsk region, over 128,200 in Luhansk and about 29,500 in Kharkiv (east of Ukraine), and 32,000 in Mykolaiv (Ukraine’s south).”

In addition, the Ministry of Energy of Ukraine noted that about 235.7 thousand subscribers were without gas supply.

The services of Ukraine work every day to the maximum to restore the supply of gas and electricity to Ukrainians who suffer from the terrible consequences of Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine.

See also: The EU will increase electricity imports from Ukraine by 2.5 times from July


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