The Government has simplified procedures for the installation of mobile gas turbine power generating units and related infrastructure. Bureaucratic obstacles to the installation of overhead power lines and substations have also been removed. This was announced by Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal.
According to him, this will accelerate energy recovery and create a stronger, less vulnerable system.
"One of the ways to protect energy facilities from enemy attacks is to decentralize generation. Its mobility is a guarantee of security. russian terrorists will primarily attack static large power plants, while mobile small facilities will be more difficult to hit," the Head of Government noted.
The Prime Minister added that in preparation for the heating season, the entire energy sector is being restored: generation, distribution networks, thermal power plants, CHP, boiler houses. By December, it is planned to add 2.9 GW of capacity to the power system.
In addition, more than 750 medical facilities in different parts of Ukraine have been fully or partially reconstructed. Most of them are in Mykolaiv, Dnipro, Kyiv, Kharkiv and Chernihiv regions.
"The enemy is destroying Ukrainian hospitals, but we will restore them. The goal is not just to regain what we had, but to make a qualitative step forward in medicine after our victory," emphasized Denys Shmyhal.
The Head of Government emphasized another priority of recovery - the transportation system. He noted that a strategically important bridge over the Zdvyzh River, which is part of a major route to the border with Poland, had been restored near Borodianka. According to the Prime Minister, this is the third bridge facility to be overhauled in the Kyiv region.