Russian shelling damages frontline thermal power plant
One of the thermal power plants in the frontline region was damaged after intense shelling by the Russian army on December 8
DTEK energy company reported the information.
"After hours of shelling yesterday, tonight and in the morning, on December 8, one of DTEK Energy's thermal power plants in the frontline region was damaged once again," the company said in a statement.
The company notes that there were no casualties, but the company's equipment was damaged. After the shelling stopped, the energy company began to eliminate the consequences.
Over the past month and a half, this is the eighth attack on a frontline thermal power plant. Power engineers add that Russia continues to carry out systematic terrorist attacks on civilian and energy facilities in Ukraine
In the face of enemy attacks, DTEK Energy continues to support the reliable operation of the Ukrainian power system, the company synchronizes its actions with NPC Ukrenergo, the press service assures.
On December 7, Russian troops attacked a thermal power plant located in the frontline zone, severely damaging equipment.