Blackout in Ukraine on January 28: charts and list of cities


Power outage in Ukraine on January 28: charts and list of cities

< p _ngcontent-sc181="" class="news-annotation">Ukraine's energy system has already survived 13 enemy missile attacks and 15 UAV strikes on power facilities. In order to restore the energy system, emergency and stabilization shutdowns continue in the regions of Ukraine.

The situation in the energy system worsened after Russia launched a massive missile strike on January 26. How the lights will be turned off on January 29 – read more in the article Channel 24.

DTEK reported that on January 29, stabilization shutdown schedules will be applied in Kyiv and the region, as well as in the Dnipropetrovsk region.

Ukrenergo provided new consumption restrictions January 29:

  • Kyiv (day 955 MW/night 669 MW)
  • Kyiv region (day 682 MW/night 615 MW)
  • Dnipropetrovsk region (day 1159 MW/night 1208 MW)

You can find out about the blackout at your address by clicking on the name of your region above.

< p> In Odessa and the region, emergency blackouts continue after the rocket attack on January 26, informs DTEK. Power engineers are doing everything possible so that the residents of the Odessa region can return to the stabilization schedules of shutdowns as soon as possible.

The most difficult situation with the light in Odessa and the Odessa region. The region lacks power due to Russian missile attacks. The Russians damaged power equipment in the Odessa region

At the same time, the situation with light will be better in the southern and northern regions of the Odessa region. These districts will be supplied with capacities that Odesa district cannot take.

Speaker “Kharkovoblenergo” Volodymyr Skichko informed that emergency blackouts are possible in Kharkov during January 29th. According to him, emergency power outages are possible from 07:00 to 18:00.

“In connection with the repair work to restore electrical networks after rocket attacks, a significant power shortage is expected, emergency power outages are possible in Kharkiv,” Skichko said.

Emergency shutdowns are not planned in the Kharkiv region.

The stabilization outages will continue in the Zaporozhye region. Hourly stabilization shutdowns began at 00:00 from the third group.

According to the schedule, hourly shutdowns for each of the queues will last for 4 hours with a possible slight delay for the arrival of specialists.

At the same time, on January 29, additional emergency or emergency stabilization shutdowns are not ruled out. You can find out the shutdown schedules in the Zaporozhye region at this link.

On January 29, a uniform power supply limitation was activated in the Vinnytsia region in accordance with the hourly shutdown schedule.

At the same time, deviations of up to 30 minutes are possible for switching between queues.

Learn about the shutdown for specific addresses can be found by clicking on this link.

A schedule has been applied in the Poltava region hourly power outage with simultaneous shutdown of one queue.

At the same time, the expected volume of unloading in the distribution system of Poltavaoblenergo is 45.69 MW. The frequency and duration of the use of each queue of the schedule are available here.

Rivnooblenergo announced new graphs of hourly blackouts in the Rivne region on Sunday, January 29. Stabilization shutdown schedules will continue to operate in Rivne and the region.

You can find out the schedules of hourly outages in Rivne at this link. The blackout schedule in the Rivne region is also available, which can be found here.

In the night from January 28 to January 29, Chernivtsyoblenergo has updated the power outage schedule for today. Now the chart functionality has become interactive. On the image, by clicking on their group, everyone will see the on/off hours for their group.

In addition, the graph shows live the current time of day when the consumer opens it. There are 18 groups of blackouts in Chernivtsi in total. You can find out the outage schedule at your address here.

In the Ivano-Frankivsk region 29 January, new hourly power outage schedules will be in effect. Ukrenergo has provided limits according to which electricity will be turned off during the day.

A schematic representation of the hourly outage schedule is available at this link. You can also find out your queue by your personal account or in Viber chat.

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