One of Ukraine’s largest energy companies, DTEK, is running out of equipment and parts to repair its energy infrastructure.
«We have already exhausted the reserves of equipment that we had in our warehouses after the first two waves of attacks since October 10,» said Dmitry Sakharuk, Executive Director of DTEK.
According to him, DTEK has purchased some equipment, but needs spare parts for millions of dollars. As they already had problems with purchases due to sharp rise in prices.
According to Dmitry Sakharuk, DTEK’s preliminary damage assessment is estimated at millions of dollars.
According to the Prime Minister of Ukraine Denys Shmyhal, on October 31, missiles and drones hit 10 regions, where 18 facilities were damaged, most of them were energy facilities. Hundreds of settlements in 7 regions were de-energized.
Emergency blackouts have been introduced in Ukraine.