This was stated by head of Ukrenerho information policy department Zynovii Butsio on air of 112 Ukraine TV channel, Censor.NET reports.
"According to the reached agreements, our substation was ready to start supplying electricity at 9 p.m. last night, but certain malfunctions occurred at Tytan substation in the occupied territory and supplying was delayed. The line was put into service at 00:08 a.m. today. It is operating, its morning load was 120 mW, while now it's 132 mW. Its capacity allows transferring 200 mW," Butsio said.
"How the electricity is distributed depends on the Crimean engineers. We supply it to Tytan substation connected to Dzhankoi power line, so it could be transferred across the entire region," he said.