As a result of the bombings, more than a third of Ukraine's electricity generation capacity is now out of service, and more than a million households live without electricity. Energy infrastructure is the new favorite target of Russian strikes, including infrastructure in the West of the country, which were, until then, spared. All regions are now affected, with the national operator Ukrenergo carrying out power cuts to stabilize the network. The blackouts are becoming more frequent and longer, plunging Ukrainians into darkness.
In this context, local authorities, particularly rural ones, regularly contact us as the Ukrainian harsh winter approaches, asking for generators.
Electricity is the foundation of all vital services. Access to drinking water, healthcare, communications (essentially to alert populations of bombardments) depend on access to electricity.
We are looking for generators that can be donated, used generators to buy at a preferential price and financial donations to finance these purchases and transport to the heart of the country. We are looking for powers from 10 to 200KVa and more. Our goal is to equip as many villages as possible before winter arrives. If you think you can help us with material, please contact us.
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