Operational Information as of September 4
The average water level of the lower reservoir near the Dnipro HPP is 12.13 meters above sea level.
The first stage of the restoration of the Kakhovka Hydroelectric Complex includes the design of temporary dams for the upper and lower bays, the construction of passage structures, as well as construction and environmental costs. Raising the water level in the Kakhovka reservoir to the temporary design mark will ensure uninterrupted operation of the water intake for the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant and other water intakes along the reservoir, as well as the safe operation of the Dnipro HPP.
Currently, water levels in all reservoirs are lower than they were last year at this time. However, they are not lower than the natural autumn minimum. The release of water from the Dnipro reservoirs is associated with providing consumers electricity during the maintenance campaign.
Preparations for the autumn and winter period are underway at the HPP and PPSP of Ukrhydoenergo.