How Ukraine has maintained its energy supply despite the war
25 March 2023 | 2:08 pm
Ukraine's electricity supply has not collapsed despite Russian attacks on energy infrastructure. Energy supplier Ukrenergo says a mild winter, imports from the EU and more nuclear power have helped.
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