The people of Kiev have electricity 80% of the time
The average blackout time for residents of the capital is less than five hours a day. The schedules continue.
In Kyiv, the situation with electricity supply is gradually leveling off, on average, Kiev residents have electricity 80% of the time. This was announced on Monday evening, January 30, by Sergey Kovalenko, CEO of YASNO, an electricity supplier.
“We continue to work on schedules … The situation remains stable and even leveled off. The average outage time is 4 hours 50 minutes, 4 hours 51 minutes and 4 hours 58 minutes for each group,” he said.
According to Kovalenko, on average, the people of Kiev have electricity 80% of the time.
“Colleagues distribute the available volumes quite evenly. Once again: the groups are calculated not by the number of houses, but by the capacity,” explained YASNO CEO.
He added that 35-45 MW were allocated for each subgroup.
Recall that Ukrenergo reported that electricity consumption in Ukraine has increased again and there is a significant shortage in the energy system, but there are no emergency shutdowns in the country.
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