Ukraine adopts Korea's experience in protecting its energy facilities
New energy facilities will already be built based on the Korean experience.
Ihor Sirota, director-general of Ukrhydroenerho, told this in an interview with Deutsche Welle.
According to Sirota, it makes sense to use South Korea's experience because that country also has a "good" neighbour.
There has already been a meeting of the president. There is a recovery strategy: we need to be more protected against missile attacks, for this we need to adjust the design solutions. So I went to South Korea, they also have a "good" neighbour there, and they shared their experience on what we should do first to be less vulnerable to missile attacks.
According to Sirota, following the visit to Korea, Ukrhydroenergo is already adjusting its projects to restore capacity and build new facilities. It concerns in particular Kakhovska and Kanevska hydroelectric power stations, as well as Dnistrovska hydroelectric power plant.
In South Korea we have seen how equipment, block transformers are hidden underground or in the rocks. We will be quick to make such solutions too.