No electricity shortage, two coal mines out of power due to shelling
Power generation and consumption
No electricity deficit has been recorded. Electricity generated by Ukrainian power plants is sufficient to cover the needs of consumers. Commercial electricity imports are also planned.
Two TPP units were shut down for short-term emergency repairs. At the same time, 1 TPP unit was brought back into operation after scheduled maintenance.
The situation is under control. No power outage schedules are in place.
Consequences of shelling
Shelling of coal mining facilities in Donetsk region killed two workers and injured three others. Two mines were de-energised and 32 people were brought to the surface. A thermal power plant and a nearby town in Donetsk region came under fire once again over the past day. There were no casualties.
State of the grid
Due to technical reasons, a 330 kV overhead power line of NPC Ukrenergo in Poltava region was out of service. The line is currently in operation.
Situation at the ZNPP
The water level in the cooling pond is 15.64 metres. This is sufficient to meet the needs of the plant.
Electricity imports totalled 6,630 MWh. There were no exports.