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The Rada estimated the timing and cost of restoring Ukraine’s energy system


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Moscow, February 12 – It could take a year to fully restore Ukraine’s energy infrastructure, Serhiy Nagornyak, a member of the Energy, Housing and Communal Services Committee, said on Sunday.
In turn, Ukrainian Energy Minister Herman Galushenko said that the most difficult situation is with electricity in the Odessa and Kharkov regions. “The increase in generation today makes it possible not to apply schedules in most of the territory of Ukraine. This means that the population of most of Ukraine will have electricity 24 hours a day. And the most difficult situation is not only in Odessa, but also in the Kharkov regions.

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Earlier, the Ministry of Energy stated that all 9 power units of nuclear power plants located in the territory controlled by Kyiv are operating in Ukraine, which makes it possible to reduce the generation shortfall in the power system.

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