In Kharkiv region, 10,000 consumers were cut off due to shelling, and two wind farms were temporarily down in Mykolaiv region.
Power engineers continue to prepare the energy system for the heating season, which may be affected by russian attacks. A large-scale repair campaign is underway at thermal, hydro and nuclear generation facilities.
SITUATION IN THE FRONTLINE REGIONS
Enemy terror continues in the frontline and border regions with russia. At night, a 110 kV power line was cut off in Kharkiv region due to shelling, leaving 34 settlements without electricity and nearly 10,000 consumers without power. The shelling also damaged a gas pipeline, which resulted in restrictions on gas supplies to customers.
Some customers in Donetsk, Zaporizhzhia, Sumy, Kherson, Chernihiv and Dnipropetrovsk regions remain without power. Repair crews are working where the security situation allows.
SITUATION IN THE REGIONS
In Mykolaiv region, two 150 kV overhead power lines were briefly disconnected due to birds. This resulted in two 150 kV substations being switched off, which led to the downing of two wind farms. Grid and wind farm operations have been restored.
CONSEQUENCES OF THE KAKHOVKA HPP DAM BLOW-UP
About 10,300 consumers in Kherson remain without power after the flooding. Power engineers are working to restore power supply, but repairs are slowed down by shelling.
SITUATION AT THE ZNPP
There is a slight decrease in the water level in the ZNPP cooling pond. It is currently at 16.11 metres. This is sufficient to meet the needs of the plant.