One of the thermal power plants in the Dnipropetrovsk oblast has ceased operations due to russian strikes – the Ministry of Energy 02/13/2024 09:27:56. Total views 206. Views today — 0.

The enemy continues terrorist attacks on civilian energy infrastructure. On the night of February 13, one of the thermal power plants in the Dnipropetrovsk oblast was shelled, as reported by the Ukrainian Ministry of Energy on Telegram.

"As a result of the shelling, a massive fire broke out, which the State Emergency Service managed to extinguish in just a few hours. After inspection, significant damage to the equipment was identified. The power units were disconnected, and the station ceased electricity production. Also, the overhead power line was disconnected, leading to short-term disruptions in electricity supply for consumers. Currently, efforts are underway to eliminate the consequences of the fire and assess the extent of the damage. All consumers in the city of Dnipro are without power", - the statement said.

It is noted that on the evening of February 12, energy workers managed to fully restore electricity supply for consumers in Pavlohrad and surrounding areas, which were cut off after the shelling of energy facilities the day before.