War in Ukraine: Three nuclear plants reconnected to power grid after Russian raids

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The three Ukrainian nuclear power plants were reconnected with the electrical network, after yesterday’s interruption due to massive Russian bombingits energy ministry announced Ukrainian.

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“After yesterday’s massive bombings, the energy sector personnel succeeded to reconnect three nuclear power plants during the morning” is stated in the announcement of the Ministry of Energy on Telegram and it is clarified that the units will start producing electricity until the evening.

These are the Khmelnytskyi and Rivne (western Ukraine) and Pyvdenouskrainsk (southern Ukraine) nuclear power plants, which were automatically disconnected from the power grid for their protection when Russian bombing hit a number of Ukrainian electrical installations.

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If there are no new bombings, we will be able to significantly reduce the lack of electricity in the energy system by the end of the day” states Energy Minister German Galushenko in his ministry’s announcement.

In the whole country, as APE-MPE notes, the situation is generally difficult, but in some areas “the electricity supply has already increased” assured the Ukrainian minister, adding that it was possible to reconnect critical infrastructure across the country to the power grid.

Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko announced this morning via Telegram that 70% of the Ukrainian capital has been left without electricity.

THE water supply was restored in the districts of the left bank of the Dnieper, Vitali Klitschko clarified, expressing the hope that the remaining areas of Kyiv will be supplied within the day.

Russia launched more than 70 cruise missiles against Ukraine yesterdaytargeting energy infrastructure, which was denounced as a war crime.

According to the Ministry of Energy of Ukraine, they left without electricity the great majority of consumers.

Source: News Beast

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