Ukraine may need electricity imports – energy minister Energy system still stable, minister says in interview 30-40% of power infrastructure hit by Russian attacks KYIV, Oct 21 (Reuters) – Russian air attacks have hit at least half of Ukraine’s thermal generation capacity, causing billions of dollars of damage since Oct. 10, though not all those power units have stopped working completely, Ukraine’s energy minister said on Friday. German Galushchenko told Reuters in an interview that Ukraine may need electricity imports to get through the winter after attacks that had struck 30-40% of power infrastructure and traders were already holding negotiations with suppliers. Moscow stepped up its strikes last week using missiles and loitering munitions to target Kyiv […]