In Kyiv, the situation with electricity supply remains difficult: they plan to turn off electricity in the “gray zones” of the schedule. This was announced by Yasno CEO Sergey Kovalenko.
“The volume of restrictions is now such that the light is most likely to be turned off in the light gray areas of the graph. It’s hard to accept after a long time without blackouts, but this is our new reality now,” Kovalenko wrote.
Kovalenko noted that electricity generation will not increase, but consumption continues to grow, so the deficit is increasing. This is explained by the fact that after the holidays, business and industry began to provide electricity again.
“Therefore, as they said in October, you need to be ready for any situation until the end of March,” the CEO added.