About 76,000 consumers in Lviv region were cut off due to the disconnection of the Ukrenergo line; the electricity generated by Ukrainian power plants is sufficient to meet the consumer demand
State of the grid
Ukrenergo’s 330 kV overhead line was out of service in Lviv region, leaving about 76,000 consumers without electricity. All of them have now been reconnected.
Power generating facilities are operating normally. The coal and fuel oil stocks in the warehouses are sufficient for the uninterrupted operation of the plants. The amount of electricity generated is sufficient to fully meet the needs of consumers and industry.
Situation in the frontline regions
In Kharkiv region, several power lines that were de-energised as a result of hostilities have been reconnected to the grid. As a result, almost 100 customers were restored to electricity.
In Zaporizhzhia region, almost 2,000 customers were disconnected for a short time. All customers are now connected to the grid.
Some consumers in Donetsk, Zaporizhzhia, Sumy, Chernihiv, Mykolaiv, Kharkiv and Kherson regions remain without power. In total, over 32,000 consumers have been reconnected over the last day. Most of them are in Odesa and Donetsk regions.
Situation at the ZNPP
There is a slight decrease in the water level in the cooling pond. It is currently at 15.67 metres. This is enough to meet the needs of the plant.
Commercial electricity imports from Slovakia, Romania and Moldova totalled 1,430 MWh over the past day.
Exports to Moldova totalled 550 MWh.