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Ukraine’s biggest power station is destroyed by a missile strike

  • The Trypilska facility was destroyed and several others were damaged by a huge missile and drone attack.
  • When the first drone came, workers hid in a shelter, sparing their lives.
  • More than 200,000 people in the area, according to Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba, are without power.

The Trypilska plant, one of Ukraine’s biggest power facilities, was destroyed and several others were damaged by a huge missile and drone attack. The three million clients that the plant served had its transformers, turbines, and generators destroyed by multiple strikes.

When the first drone came, workers hid in a shelter, sparing their lives. Vladimir Putin, the president of Russia, said that the strikes were caused by Ukrainians attacking Russian oil refineries.

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Three million consumers received energy from the facility, but as summertime air conditioning consumption increases, the project’s effects may be noticed in the months to come.

The second-largest city in Ukraine, Kharkiv, suffered damage from at least ten further strikes on its electricity infrastructure. More than 200,000 people in the area, according to Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba, are without power.

DTEK, the biggest private energy provider in Ukraine, called the series of attacks “one of the most potent attacks of the year.” Russia has resumed its attacks on Ukrainian energy facilities; during the previous attack, much of the nation was blacked out.

The attacks’ volume and accuracy have scared the nation’s defenders, and officials are frantically trying to come up with new strategies to safeguard energy assets. To prevent such attacks, the leaders of Ukraine have begged for additional air defense systems, but the supply has been sluggish.

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