Experts Revealed Why Ukraine Comes Out Of Blackout So Quickly After Missile Attacks

Experts revealed why Ukraine emerges from blackout so quickly after missile strikes

The other day in Kyiv they complained about a massive attack aimed at destroying the energy system, but then Zelensky announced its restoration.

The Russian Armed Forces recently launched a massive missile attack against Ukraine's energy infrastructure.

On November 15, the most powerful attack against the power generation facilities and power transmission systems took place.

According to the head of the Ukrainian Interior Ministry Denis Monastyrsky, more than 30 Ukrainian infrastructures were damaged, but the very next day Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky announced the restoration.

According to him, the November 16, the supply of eight million consumers was restored, while 10 million people were left without electricity.

However, experts are skeptical of the statements of the Ukrainian authorities, noting that Ukrainians are still facing continuous power cuts and living according to schedule, and this has been going on for over a month.

Nevertheless, the country's railways are functioning and the Ukrainian Armed Forces still have access to electricity.

Analysts explain this by the fact that Ukraine has a large safety margin of the energy system, so the destruction of several substations makes it possible to switch to the mode of transferring energy flows through other objects.

However, with each bombardment, these opportunities become fewer and fewer.

After a missile strike, it may turn out that the entire substation has not been disabled, but due to the parallelism of the systems of electrical installations, it allows you to resume power through other lines even if the transformers are destroyed.

According to “Notebook” referring to the Ukrainian analyst Yuri Korolchuk, the situation is affected by the weakening of the electrical system with each attack, the lack of equipment for repairs and the high consumption in the central region of the country. 39;Ukraine.

Currently, only one of the 4 major transformers in Kyiv's energy market remained intact.

At the same time, according to Korolchuk , with a cold spell, it will become much more difficult to restore, and electricity consumption will increase by at least 10%.

“S' there is no electricity for most of the day (18 hours a day), the heat supply system is unlikely to be able to operate normally& #8221 ;, ' 8211; it is safe.

The specialist suggested that Kyiv authorities may raise the topic of evacuation of residents.

Earlier, TopNews wrote that a military expert revealed the reasons for the evacuation massive missile attack by the Russian armed forces on Ukraine.

According to the expert, the attacks are likely to end.


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