Kyiv returns to power outages after latest Russian attacks
On December 2, emergency power outage schedules are in effect in the capital, as a result of a nighttime Russian attack and damage to the power system facility
Kyiv City Military Administration reports on Telegram.
"Thanks to the titanic work of energy workers and all municipal services, Kyiv residents were able to welcome New Year with light, without power outages. But due to the damage to the power system during the last air attack on Kyiv and due to the increase in electricity consumption after holidays, the city is forced to return to shutdowns," Serhiy Popko, head of Kyiv City Military Administration said.
Capital’s mayor, Vitaliy Klitschko, emphasized that emergency power outage schedules are in effect in the city.
DTEK website also reports: "Emergency blackouts in Kyiv. They were applied because the energy infrastructure of the capital was damaged as a result of the night attack."
Currently, energy workers are working in intensified mode to restore the stable operation of the power grid.
In addition, water and heat are supplied as usual.
On the night of January 2, 2023, there were explosions in the capital of Ukraine, Kyiv, as well as in Kyiv and Poltava, Mykolaiv, Cherkasy, Dnipropetrovsk, and Zaporizhia regions - air defense was working against enemy air targets. There are also damaged energy infrastructure facilities. On this night, Russian occupying forces launched a massive attack with Iranian-made Shahed-131/136 kamikaze drones. Ukrainian defenders destroyed them all.