Over a third of the water from the Kakhovka Reservoir, which accumulated due to the spring floods, has been lost.
As of 06:00 on June 10, the level of the Kakhovka reservoir near Nikopol is 10.55 meters. It was almost 1.2 meters lower than the previous day.
The hydroelectric power plants are operating at reduced capacity to mitigate the consequences of the Russians' explosion of the Kakhovka hydroelectric power plant.
HPPs continue to accumulate water in the upper reservoirs of the Dnipro River. This is necessary to have a summer supply for environ
After the water has reached a critical level and the population has been evacuated, the region needs to fight the consequences of the disaster. Large numbers of equipment are required to pump out water. Ukrhydroenergo is in contact with the Kherson Regional Military Administration regarding purchasing pumps and fuel.