The national electricity provider Ukrenergo reports that now the demand of the Ukrainian consumer for electricity is provided exclusively by the energy produced by national operators.
From good news: after a scheduled repair, 1 nuclear unit was put into operation again. Thanks to the clear weather, getting more green energy from the fields of solar power plants was also possible.
From the bad: due to the Kakhovka accident, the water level fell, and this negatively affected the work of domestic hydroelectric power plants. The problem is that the Kakhovka dam is part of a cascade of 5 dams on the Dnipro river, and an accident at 1 station causes complications at other stations.
Shortly, Ukraine plans to purchase 10-90 MW from Slovakia. Ukrenergo asks Ukrainians to use electricity wisely and not overload the network during peak periods.