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The morning enemy missile attack had no critical consequences for the power system — Ukrenergo

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As of the morning of January 8, the electricity consumption level is slightly lower than forecasted, but there is a potential for a sharp increase in the evening hours.

This was reported by NPC Ukrenergo.

«Currently, the consumption level is slightly below the forecast due to the morning air raid alert and numerous power outages caused by adverse weather conditions. However, in the evening, as power is restored to disconnected consumers and the cold snap intensifies, the situation may become more challenging due to a sudden surge in consumption», – stated the report.

On January 7, the daily maximum consumption was 3.7% higher than the previous Sunday, December 31. Ukrenergo is urging the public to conserve electricity, especially in the evening.

Despite the morning massive enemy missile attack, the power system has not experienced critical consequences. There will be no electricity exports on January 8, with imports scheduled for the afternoon from Slovakia and Romania, totaling 2,865 MWh.

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