Russian Attacks Cause Over $1 Billion in Damage to Ukrainian Energy Infrastructure


According to reports, Ukrainian energy infrastructure has suffered extensive damage from Russian attacks, including the launch of more than 1200 rockets and drones. According to Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine website the Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada Committee on Energy and Housing and Communal Services, Andriy Gerus, estimated the total damage to be over 1 billion dollars. The loss of energy reserve capacity has been significant, and urgent efforts are needed to restore it before the next winter. Discussions are ongoing on how to repair the damaged energy infrastructure objects, install additional protection, and create reserve stocks for future contingencies.

By the end of the autumn-winter period, the energy system had temporarily lost 44% of nuclear generation, 78% of thermal power plants, 66% of block thermal power plants, 12% of hydroelectric power plants, 75% of wind generation, and over 20% of solar power plants due to destruction and occupation.

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