A 117 MW TPP unit has been put back into operation; the electricity generated by Ukrainian power plants is sufficient to meet consumer demand
A unit at one of the TPPs was brought back into service after scheduled repairs, adding 117 MW of capacity to the grid. The electricity generated by Ukraine’s power plants is sufficient to meet consumer demand.
Situation in the frontline areas
The shelling in Donetsk region has left 8,600 consumers without electricity. Some consumers in Zaporizhzhia, Sumy, Kharkiv, Kherson and Chernihiv regions are also without power. Repair crews are working where the security situation allows.
Consequences of bad weather
Due to adverse weather conditions, 3 settlements in Kirovohrad region and 5 settlements in Poltava region lost power.
Some consumers in Chernihiv and Sumy regions were cut off from power as a result of technological disruptions.
Consequences of the Kakhovka HPP dam blow-up
In Kherson, 1,200 consumers 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
The water level in the ZNPP cooling pond remains stable at 15.69 metres. This is sufficient to meet the needs of the plant.
Commercial electricity imports totalled 447 MWh over the past day. Exports to Slovakia and Moldova totalled 3,290 MWh