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  • Situation in the power system as of 8 June
    Ministry of Energy of Ukraine, posted 08 June 2024 11:09

    After scheduled maintenance, another 1000 MW NPP unit was connected to the grid; no restrictions on consumers are expected until 16:00.

    GENERATION, TRANSMISSION, CONSUMPTION

    A power unit at one of the NPPs has been put back into operation after scheduled repairs completed 10 days ahead of schedule. It will add 1000 MW of capacity to the power system.

    This will slightly reduce the electricity shortage in the country caused by russian attacks. As a reminder, this is the third nuclear unit to undergo scheduled outage preparations. The goal is to prepare all units for stable and uninterrupted operation during the heating season.

    Currently, there is a deficit in the power system in the evening. Power supply restrictions are planned for the period from 16:00 to 24:00. No restrictions are planned for consumers during the day until 16:00. No outages are planned for critical infrastructure facilities.

    CONSEQUENCES OF SHELLING

    Residential customers in Nikopol in Dnipropetrovsk region were cut off from electricity supply due to hostile attacks.

    In Kharkiv region, an enemy munition hit the technological equipment of a gas distribution station. A gas pipeline was damaged.

    STATE OF THE GRIDS

    A high-voltage overhead line was disconnected in the Kyiv region.

    The line is now back online.

    In the western region, a high-voltage overhead line was disconnected during a thunderstorm. The line is now back in operation by automatic control.

    In the Zhytomyr region, an overhead line of the regional power company was disconnected for technological reasons yesterday. As a result, the substation and the household consumers connected to it lost power.

    In the Ternopil region, three power company substations and the household consumers connected to them lost power for technological reasons.

    IMPORT/EXPORT

    For the current day, electricity imports are forecast at 29,095 MWh. No exports are expected.