Update as of June 28
The average level of the lower pool near the Dnipro HPP dam is 13.36 m BS.
According to the Ukrhydromedcentre, the water level at the Kherson post as of 8:00 a.m. on June 28 is 0.28 m BS, which is 3 cm lower than before the Kakhovka HPP explosion.
Ukrhydroenergo continues to implement priority measures that are critically needed to restore the Kakhovka hydroelectric power station. Negotiations are ongoing with the World Bank, EBRD and EIB to finance the restoration of HPPs and PSPs damaged by russian rocket attacks. This work includes the construction of temporary water retaining dams in the upper and lower reaches of the Kakhovka reservoir, which will allow the water level in the reservoir to increase to 12.7 m BS and restore the water supply in the region.
The electricity generated by Ukrainian power plants covers the needs of consumers. The share of hydropower generation in the power system is over 10%.