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Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant reconnected with power grid

Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant reconnected with power grid

  • The Zaporizhzhia nuclear power station has been restored to Ukraine’s energy grid.
  • One of the two reactors “that was stopped yesterday was rejoined to the electricity grid, and capacity is being increased” at 2:04 p.m. local time on Friday.
  • Fires at a nearby thermal power plant were to blame for the station’s power line disconnecting twice.

The country’s nuclear operator announced in an updated statement on Friday, a day after the Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant was disconnected for the first time in its history, that the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power station, which is currently occupied by Russian forces, has been restored to Ukraine’s energy grid.

According to a statement from Energoatom, one of the two reactors “that was stopped yesterday was rejoined to the electricity grid, and capacity is being increased” at 2:04 p.m. local time on Friday.

The operator afterwards declared that a second reactor had been installed. Energoatom issued a statement stating that “[Zaporizhzhia plant] continues to operate in the energy system of Ukraine and meet our country’s electrical demands despite continuous provocations by the (Russian) occupiers.”

In his daily address on Friday, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky praised the workers of the facility for defending it “against the worst-case situation, which is continually being provoked by Russian forces.” “The station is currently linked to the network. Congratulations! It provides Ukraine with energy.”

According to the nuclear operator at the time, fires at a nearby thermal power plant were to blame for the station’s sole surviving power line disconnecting twice on Thursday. The three other lines of the facility were “lost earlier during the battle,” it was noted.

Later on Thursday, the power was restored, but the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant was not reconnected to the nation’s electrical grid until Friday. The plant’s two remaining nuclear reactors require an electricity source in order to run and supply power to the grid.

The largest nuclear power station in Europe has been in Russian hands since March. Conflicts near the complex have raised a lot of anxiety and disaster fears.

Russian soldiers are allegedly keeping heavy weapons inside the complex and using it as cover for strikes, knowing that Ukraine cannot retaliate without running the risk of damaging one of the plant’s six reactors. This accusation has been made by Kyiv on numerous occasions.

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