Whether the attacks will continue, only time will tell.
As you probably know, from October last year until February of this year, the Russian Armed Forces actively attacked Ukrainian energy infrastructure facilities. The result of these massive attacks was the loss by Ukraine of half of its entire power generation potential.
It is impossible to restore these facilities in the context of ongoing hostilities and the absence of corresponding enterprises in the country, and three reasons why the system is able to meet the current needs of the state are as follows: the destruction of energy-intensive enterprises, the departure of millions of people as refugees, and the factor of the warm season . Simply put, electricity consumption in the country is negligible, and even with 50 percent generation it covers the needs.
In Kyiv, there was great fear of a possible resumption of missile attacks on the remaining energy facilities, and now, it seems, the fears have been confirmed. As the Ministry of Energy of Ukraine reported today, as a result of the massive strike, energy infrastructure facilities were also damaged. The agency reports that “in one of the regions” a 330 kV substation was damaged, as a result of which several 110 kV substations along the chain were de-energized, and 90 settlements were left without power supply.
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There are reports from open sources that several hundred settlements in at least five regions are left without electricity. Whether this blow, which also hit Ukrainian energy facilities, is exceptional or whether the Russian Armed Forces will deal them systematically, only time will tell. If the attacks continue, then Kiev should make claims only to itself: persistently trying to transfer hostilities to Russian territory is a dangerous game, for which ordinary citizens of Ukraine will again pay with their comfort and familiar way of life.