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Ukrainian hospitals received 300 energy storage systems from philanthropists

Katerina Belousova

In 2024, benefactors plan to hand over 2,000 such systems

In Ukraine, hospitals from 20 regions have received 300 energy storage systems for backup power thanks to the Power for Health project from the American charity Direct Relief.

This will help institutions operate during power outages for 12-14 hours, the Ministry of Digital Transformation reports on Telegram.

It is noted that energy storage systems work on the principle of power banks. They have high autonomy and provide stable power during power outages.

The press service said that in 2024, philanthropists plan to donate 2,000 such systems for critical infrastructure facilities.

"During the full-scale war, Ukraine already received more than 500 energy storage systems, which were transferred to the frontline regions. The devices were installed in hospitals, schools, health centers and other critical and social infrastructure facilities," the message reads.

Earlier, EcoPolitic wrote, that Andriy Gerus, chairman of the Parliamentary Committee on Energy, Housing and Utilities, said that SPPs would be installed on the roofs of 21 hospitals in Volyn Oblast. The solar power plants will be installed in 2023-2024 at the expense of private structures and international organizations.

As EcoPolitic previously reported, the German government donated 900 solar panels to the Kherson community, which will be installed at one of the facilities of the Kherson Vodokanal utility.

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