Russia has changed its strategy to war in Ukraine and now unleashes a barrage of bombings on electronic net with the managing director of Ukrenergo, the operating company, reporting that over 1,000 Russians have fallen rockets.
“These attacks they represent the biggest blow to a power grid that humanity has ever experienced. “More than 1,000 shells and rockets were fired against the facilities and lines, including the substations,” he was quoted as saying.
This results in Ukraine facing serious shortages, though consumption is reduced by 25-30% compared to the pre-war period.
“The system is still working, it has not crashed, nor disconnected“, assured Kudrytsky.
Thus, last week Ukrenergo reported that it secured 300 million euros in loans from the EBRD to restore infrastructure damaged by the attacks and to improve its financial stability.
Source: News Beast
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