Operational Information for September 11th
The average water level at the lower reservoir near the Dnipro HPP is 12.04 meters above sea level.
After the de-occupation of territories, the first stage of restoring the Kakhovka Hydropower Complex will involve the construction of temporary dams for the upper and lower reservoirs, the creation of bypass structures, and addressing construction and environmental expenses. Raising the water level in the Kakhovka Reservoir to the temporary design mark will ensure uninterrupted water intake along the reservoir and the reliable operation of the Dnipro HPP. It's worth noting that Ukraine lost 35-40% of freshwater due to the occupation of the Kakhovka Hydropower Complex and the flooding of the reservoir.
Ukrhydroenergo is actively preparing for the autumn-winter season. Besides major and ongoing repairs, the company is actively implementing projects to safeguard electrical equipment, considering the requirements for safe equipment operation.