Power supply to critical infrastructure in Odessa area partially restored - DTEK
MOSCOW. Feb 27 (Interfax) - Engineers have partially restored power supply to critical infrastructure in the city of Odessa and the surrounding area, Ukrainian media have reported with reference to the DTEK power company's social media post.
"As of noon [1:00 p.m. Moscow Time], all hospitals, boiler rooms, pump stations, and other critical infrastructure in the Kievsky district of Odessa were powered up. Some of the critical infrastructure elements were also powered up in the Suvorovsky and Malinovsky districts of the city and the Odessa district of the region," DTEK said.
The engineers expect to restore power supply to all households in the area by the end of the day, it said.
As reported earlier, the Ukrainian power grid operator Ukrenergo said on Monday morning that some elements in the local power transmission system experienced an emergency shutdown. DTEK said nearly all of the city of Odessa and the surrounding area were cut off from power supply on Monday morning.