Ukraine energy grid getting help from abroad after Russian strikes, operator says 

Ukraine energy grid getting help from abroad after Russian strikes, operator says 
Ukraine energy grid getting help from abroad after Russian strikes, operator says 

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Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - Firefighters extinguish a fire at an electrical substation after a missile attack in Kharkiv, on March 22, 2024, amid the Russian invasion in Ukraine. — AFP pic

KYIV, March 22 — Ukraine’s energy grid is receiving urgent assistance from Poland, Romania and Slovakia after a wave of Russian air strikes that damaged energy facilities and left more than 1 million people without power, national grid operator Ukrenergo said.

Polish transmission grid operator PSE is helping its Ukrainian counterpart by supplying 300 megawatts (MW) of power between 0600GMT and 1100GMT, PSE said today.

“Later, the flow will depend on the needs of their system and our ability to help,” Maciej Wapinski, a PSE spokesman, said.

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The European Union and Ukraine linked their electricity grids in March 2022 soon after Russia’s invasion began, enabling Ukraine to receive emergency power from Europe if military attacks caused outages. — Reuters

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