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Shortages looming: How the annexation of Ukraine’s oblasts affects electricity generation

The Russian-occupied part of Ukraine contains about 25% (about 15.5 GW) of the country’s installed power plant capacity. Of particular significance are: the Zaporizhia Nuclear Power Plant (ZNPP) – the largest facility of its kind in Europe (6 GW of installed capacity) – and the Zaporizhia Thermal Power Plant (ZTPP; 3.6 GW). Although there are three other nuclear power plants in Ukraine, the ZNPP accounted for 43.5% of the country’s total reactor capacity. …read more

Source:: Centre for Eastern Studies (Poland)


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