DTEK responded to accusations of non-compliance with blackout schedules


DTEK responded to allegations of non-compliance with power outage schedules

DTEK does not agree with the accusations of non-compliance with shutdown schedules and, accordingly, with the NEURC decision on the fine.

< p>The company stated that it would challenge the decision in court and protect the name of its employees, who are making every effort to ensure that there is light in the homes of Ukrainians.

No other country in the world has experienced such massive terrorist attacks on its energy infrastructure. Under such conditions, the power engineers of DTEK and other energy companies are doing everything possible to evenly and fairly distribute the power shortage among all consumers. – the message says.

Decisions will be appealed in court

DTEK emphasized that Ukrainian energy companies today hold their front at a great cost. And they will do it in the future – every day, until the very victory.

That is why the company does not agree with today's decision of NEURC and is appealing against it in court. We will make every effort to protect the honest name of our employees and all those who hold the energy front today,” DTEK added. what is known

NEURC has already fined 5 oblenergos for non-compliance with shutdown schedules in the context of electricity shortages. Of these, two operators were fined on 24 January. In general, they talk about:

  • “DTEK Kyiv Grids”,
  • “DTEK Odessa Grids”,
  • “Vinnitsaoblenergo”,
  • “Volynyoblenergo”,
  • “Chernivtsioblenergo”.

However, the commission continues to check the activities of oblenergo and postponed consideration of the possible application of fines in Lvivoblenergo to subsequent meetings, ” Ternopolyoblenergo”, “Zakarpattyeoblenergo”, “DTEK Kyiv regional power grids” and “Poltavaoblenergo”.

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