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All three operating nuclear power plants in Ukraine are disconnected from the power grid

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In Ukraine, all three operating nuclear power plants are disconnected from the country’s energy system. According to TASS, two of them – South-Ukrainian and Rivne – are in emergency stop mode.

The head of the regional military administration of the Khmelnitsky region, Sergei Gamaly, announced the shutdown of the Khmelnitsky nuclear power plant.

According to Energoatom, the shutdown of the power units of the South Ukrainian nuclear power plant in the Nikolaev region is associated with the destruction of networks, as a result of which the station has nowhere to supply the generated electricity. At the same time, according to the company, the station itself is in order.

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The probable reason for the transfer to emergency mode of the Rivne nuclear power plant, according to Ukrainian media, was a sharp drop in electricity consumption.

On Wednesday afternoon, an air alert was announced throughout Ukraine. From different cities there are reports of explosions and damage to infrastructure facilities. The Ukrenergo company reported that emergency power outages will continue throughout Ukraine throughout the day.

Earlier it was reported that explosions thundered in Kyiv and a number of regions of Ukraine. Kharkiv, Khmelnitsky, Nikolaev and the city of Zaporozhye, which is under the control of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, were left partially without electricity, emergency shutdowns began in the Cherkasy region. Lvov and Odessa region are completely de-energized.

Source: Rosbalt

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