Russian War Against Ukraine: Energy Dimension (Status as of May 4)

DiXi Group has prepared its next alert on the energy dimension of the Russian war against Ukraine.

  • The enemy attacked the transport and energy infrastructure of Ukraine with missile strikes. Six railway stations in central and western Ukraine as well as electricity substations became the particular targets.
  • Almost 693,000 consumers did not have access to electricity supply, over 204,000 remained without gas supply.
  • Energoatom insists that the IAEA shall force Russia to comply with the requirements of the IAEA Board of Governors’ decision of March 3, 2022, in terms of immediate suspension of cruise missile attacks throughout Ukraine.
  • The State Nuclear Regulatory Inspectorate suspended the licenses for decommissioning the Chornobyl NPP units, activities on radioactive waste management facilities, and implementation of certain activities in the field of nuclear energy.
  • Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal announced the creation of a plan for Ukraine’s reconstruction with two dimensions: regional (support from partner countries, sister cities, or corporations for a specific city or region) and parametric (reconstruction and transformation program for each sector of the economy).

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