Second reactor of South-Ukrainian nuclear power plant halted
For scheduled repairs
The second reactor of the South-Ukrainian nuclear power plant was cut off from the country’s energy grid at 00.01 a.m. on June 1 for scheduled repairs.
According to the press-service of Enerhoatom national nuclear power generating company, as of today, 10 of 15 reactors are operating at Ukrainian nuclear power plants.
In particular, the first and third reactors of the Rivne NPP, the first reactor of the Zaporizhzhya NPP, and the second reactor of the Khmelnytskiy NPP are under repairs.