Ukraine’s state energy producer confirms Russia attacked one of its power plants, no casualties reported

Consequences of the Russian terrorist attack on energy facilities near Kharkiv
Consequences of the Russian terrorist attack on energy facilities near Kharkiv

A facility belonging to state-owned power company Centrenergo was damaged in a mass Russian missile attack on Ukraine's energy system, the company reported on Facebook on March 22, without naming the facility.

There were no casualties. Restoration efforts are underway.

According to national energy company Ukrenergo, four Ukrainian oblasts are currently without power.

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Russia launched its most extensive attack on Ukraine's energy system in at least a year, damaging facilities in many oblasts on March 22.

Centrenergo owns three power plants: Trypilska TPP, Zmiivska TPP, and Vuhlehirska TPP, which is located in occupied territory. The state owns 78.289% of Centrenergo's shares.

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