Water supply has been restored in all areas of the capital, but in some places there are still problems with water pressure in the network.
As of 5:20 p.m. on November 24, 70% of Kyiv’s housing stock is in emergency power outage mode, water supply has been restored in all districts of the capital.
At the same time, here and there, problems with water pressure in the network are still being recorded, according to the message of the Kyiv City Military Administration.
It is noted that the repair and emergency crews of Kyiv are working intensively to restore heat supply.
At the same time, the Kyiv City State Administration reports that DTEK has partially restored electricity supply in Kyiv, but emergency restrictions are in effect in the capital.
“As of this morning, the supply of electricity to critical infrastructure facilities has been restored: primarily for water supply and hospitals. They continue to work on the supply of electricity to medium-sized heat supply facilities,” the message reads.
Overnight, two transit lines supplying power to the left bank of Kyiv were repaired. As of the afternoon of November 24, the repair of DPEK “Kyiv Electric Networks” lines damaged by the attack of the Russian occupiers on November 23 is in progress.
According to the energy experts, this will allow the restoration of electricity supply for some household customers who have been without electricity since yesterday.
“At the same time, according to the instructions of the system operator NEC Ukrenergo, emergency power supply restrictions have been applied in Kyiv. Therefore, part of the consumers are temporarily without power supply, in accordance with the needs of the power system,” the KMDA noted.
It is noted that the situation in the energy system after another terrorist missile attack by Russia is too complicated. Local residents are asked to be as responsible as possible with their electricity consumption to help the power system.
Russia’s attacks on the Ukrainian energy sector – the situation in Kyiv
As reported, on November 23, Russia carried out another mass attack on Ukraine. Rockets hit critical infrastructure facilities in several regions. In total, about 70 cruise missiles were launched, 51 of them were destroyed. In particular, 31 enemy missiles were detected in the sky over Kyiv, 22 of them were shot down by Ukrainian defenders.
Emergency power outages occurred in many regions, and they were also left without heat and water supply, including the capital. However, water supply in Kyiv was mostly restored this morning.
The Kyiv City State Administration announced that until the situation in the energy system stabilizes in Kyiv, they will increase the interval of the metro and trams. In particular, metro trains will run at intervals of 10 minutes. However, already today, November 24, the KMDA reported that on the evening of November 24 and the morning of November 25, the Kyiv metro will reduce the train intervals.