DTEK Odesa Power Grids helped to repair the power infrastructure in Kherson region destroyed by the enemy. The company reports.
Specialists restored the operation of a 150 kV high-voltage line to supply voltage primarily to the critical water supply and sewage infrastructure of Kherson and put into operation a substation that was out of commission due to flooding as a result of the occupiers' explosion of the Kakhovka HPP.
22 power engineers and 7 pieces of equipment were sent to restore Kherson's electricity infrastructure destroyed by the Russian occupiers' attacks.
"DTEK Odesa Grids power engineers have united to help restore power grids and equipment in Kherson region that was damaged by enemy attacks. The company's specialists went on two business trips to Kherson. To provide Kherson residents with water, they restored the operation of a 150 kV high-voltage line and put a substation into operation that had been out of service for a long time due to flooding after the Kakhovskaya HPP was blown up," the company said.
DTEK says that the power engineers worked in extremely difficult conditions under the sound of explosions, as the enemy continues to shell Kherson from the left bank of the Dnipro.
During the first mission to Kherson region, the specialists completed the work 10 days ahead of schedule, replacing almost three kilometers of damaged high-voltage line that ran across the river and a destroyed metal pylon with a reinforced concrete one. This made it possible to restore the operation of critical infrastructure facilities and provide Kherson residents with water.