Update of June 15
A steady decline of 2-5 cm per hour continues at the Kherson post.
The water level has dropped by 0.4 meters overnight. And as of 8:00 a.m. on June 15, it is 2.04 meters.
Today, below the Kakhovka HPP, water levels continue to decline by 1-10 cm per hour, with flooding persisting.
Due to a sharp drop in water levels in the lower reaches of the Dnipro HPP, the plant's hydraulic units may operate with restrictions. Since May, no idle water has been discharged into the reservoir's lower reservoir.
Ukrhydroenergo and the design institute continue to work on the project to build a cofferdam (dam) at the Kakhovka reservoir after de-occupation. According to preliminary estimates, it will take 2-3 months.
Ukrhydroenergo's employees from different regions of Ukraine continue to provide humanitarian aid to the victims of the occupiers' explosion of the Kakhovka HPP.
The power system is operating stably.