He told about it on the air telethon.
According to him, the current situation in the energy sector is difficult, but under control. Sakharuk noted that energy generation is gradually being restored, almost all nuclear power units have reached their nominal capacity.
Sakharuk said that full recovery is possible only after the victory of Ukraine, and it will take several years. In turn, it takes 2-3 weeks and the absence of shelling to restore the necessary electricity production.
“Now we are talking in the context of this winter. Also, we can stabilize the system only by maximally restoring it to the level that allows the generation to work. For this, if there are no shelling, it will take 2-3 weeks and the generation will return to the volume that it is now possible. But if we talk about the recovery that was before the shelling, starting from October, it will take years,” said the executive director of DTEK.
He also noted that rapid recovery is currently underway to start up as many power units as possible and reduce the energy deficit caused by the drop in temperature.
“We are now talking about a quick recovery to start up as many power units as possible to the grid, because there is a deficit and it is increasing due to the decrease in temperature. That is why generation is needed. If we talk about a quick recovery, then in some cases it is two or three days, and in some weeks or a week,” Saharuk said.
Dmytro Sakharuk reported that the restoration of heat generation, which was disrupted due to significant damage to two stations on December 15 and 16, is currently underway.
- As of December 18, emergency restoration work is ongoing in Ukraine: there is a shortage of energy in the system due to frost and damage to the infrastructure after the shelling of the Russian Federation.
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