Contents tagged with Electricity Supply
Ukraine stopped the supply of electricity to the separatist-held areas of the Donbas
On July 26, the supply of electricity to the territory of the Donetsk region that is not controlled by the Ukrainian authorities was completely suspended, as reported by the head of Ukrenergo, Vsevolod Kovalchuk on his Facebook page.
"Today, the uncontrolled territories no longer consume electricity produced by power plants in the controlled part of Ukraine. The needs of the occupied territories in energy are covered by the Starobeshevska and Zuivska TPPs, by other producers at the …
Ukraine has stopped the electricity supply to LPR
Ukrenergo was informed that the decision was made in connection with the lack of payment for electricity supplied and consumed.
National energy company Ukrenergo announced on Facebook that beginning April 25 the electricity supply to the territory of the DPR and LPR has ceased.
It is noted that the actions will be carried out in accordance with the requirements of the state-owned enterprise Energorynok. The decision to stop the supply of electricity was made in connection with the lack of …
Crimea’s Electricity Problems Continue
Crimea continues to experience power shortages, which are especially pronounced at peak hours. The head of the Crimean Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia, Sergey Shakhov, said that Crimea now needs up to 1350 megawatts, but the supply is still short. This was the reason why the planned blackouts were to take effect during peak hours.
"As of 6:00 PM on January 3rd, the total amount of power generated on the peninsula is 931 megawatts. Crimea itself generates 513 megawatts while the …
Russia to end Ukraine’s supply of electricity to Crimea
It appears as though Moscow will end a contract with Kiev that ensures the delivery of electricity to the Crimea. Having illegally annexed the peninsula in early 2014, Russia insists that Ukraine remove any language from the contact that stipulates that the Crimea is part of Ukrainian territory. Kiev is determined not to give in.
Kremlin Press Secretary Dmitry Peskov asserted that if Ukraine does not agree to change the wording, Russia is most likely to abandon the contract. "It can be assumed …