On 31 May, electricity generation is sufficient to meet consumer needs, and gas reserves in storage facilities exceed 9.5 billion cubic metres.
Power engineers have restored power to almost 2 million consumers in 12 regions of Ukraine who were cut off on 30 May due to an emergency at the transmission system operator. The commission set up by the State Inspectorate for Energy Supervision on behalf of the Minister of Energy of Ukraine German Galushchenko to investigate the causes of the power system out-of-sync and emergency blackouts has begun its work
The enemy’s terror in the frontline areas continues. In Donetsk region, 26 settlements have been cut off as a result of the fighting, leaving 12,300 consumers without electricity.
Some consumers in Zaporizhzhia, Sumy, Kharkiv, Kherson and Chernihiv regions are still without power as a result of earlier shelling.
Repair teams are working where the security situation allows.
In addition, 12 settlements in Zaporizhzhia region remain without electricity due to bad weather.
Overnight, 18,600 consumers were reconnected. Most of them are customers in Donetsk and Zaporizhzhia regions.
The situation with electricity generation and consumption situation is stable. The electricity generated is sufficient to meet the needs of consumers. There is no deficit in the system. No power cuts are planned.
A large-scale repair campaign of generation facilities and grids is underway in preparation for the new heating season.
Situation in the gas sector
The volume of gas in storage facilities increased by 22.2 million cubic metres per day. Gas reserves are sufficient and stand at over 9.5 billion cubic metres.