The Ministry of Energy of Ukraine has handed over about 40 tonnes of power equipment from international partners to Khersonoblenergo to carry out repairs and restore power supply in the region.
“Kherson region is one of the most affected by the russian military aggression. Even after de-occupation of a part of the region, the energy infrastructure is subject to constant shelling with various types of weapons by russia. Kherson power engineers, together with colleagues from other regions, are working non-stop to ensure electricity supply for citizens and critical infrastructure. We are extremely grateful to our international partners for their support in restoring electricity to the residents of the region,” emphasized German Galushchenko, Minister of Energy of Ukraine.
Humanitarian aid was provided to Kherson region by Italy, Lithuania, Hungary, Poland, Finland, the United Kingdom, Canada, and Germany.
The donated equipment includes backup power plants, power transformers, hand tools, high-voltage cables, insulators, fuses, etc.