Ukrainian Energy Sector Damage Assessment Report
October 26, 2022

Ukrainian Energy Sector Damage Assessment Report

Since 10 October 2022, Russian military forces have significantly escalated attacks on Ukraine’s critical energy infrastructure in an effort to disrupt energy supplies and leave Ukrainian citizens without electricity, heat and hot water during the winter.

However, this report includes only a brief overview of the damage to date, as the Ukrainian government has limited the dissemination of specific information on damage and losses to energy infrastructure in October 2022.

Detailed reports were published earlier in August and September 2022.

The report was prepared under the ‘Cooperation for Restoring the Ukrainian Energy Infrastructure’ project, funded by the European Commission and implemented by the Energy Charter Secretariat.



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