The water level in the Kakhovka reservoir continues to decline
As of 08:00 on June 9, the level of the Kakhovka reservoir near Nikopol is 11.74 meters.
During the day, the water level in the Kakhovka reservoir dropped by another meter. Since the morning of June 6, the water level has dropped by a total of 4.7 meters.
More than half of the station building is under water. The earthen insert between the gateway and the station is also under water and continues to collapse.
Ukrhydroenergo's hydroelectric power plants continue to accumulate water in the upper reservoirs of the Dnipro River as much as possible. This is necessary in order to have a summer supply for environmental passes after the Kakhovka reservoir is depleted.