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On the night time of September 11, the final working energy unit of the Zaporizhzhya NPP – the sixth one – was disconnected from the facility grid and commenced to be ready for switch to a chilly state. That is acknowledged within the message of the Ukrainian “Energoatom”, which manages all nuclear energy crops in Ukraine.
The corporate mentioned that for the previous three days, the sixth energy unit has been feeding its personal wants at ZNPP “at a critically low energy degree.” Energoatam defined this by saying that “due to Russian shelling” the station was disconnected from the facility grid connecting it with the Ukrainian energy system.
On the night of September 10, one of many broken energy traces was restored and the nuclear energy plant was linked to the Ukrainian vitality system. “Consequently, it was determined to show off energy unit No. 6 and switch it to the most secure state – chilly,” Energoatom mentioned.
Advisor to the top of the Rosenergoatom concern, Renat Karchaa, additionally mentioned that on the night time of September 11, the sixth energy unit of the nuclear energy plant was stopped, Interfax writes. In keeping with him, the shutdown was carried out in a comfortable, protected mode round 4:00 Moscow time.
Throughout the struggle, it’s not possible to promptly examine the data disseminated by representatives of 1 or one other facet of the battle.
Zaporozhye NPP, the biggest nuclear energy plant in Ukraine and Europe, is situated in Energodar, Zaporozhye area, occupied by Russian troops. Ukraine and Russia have repeatedly accused one another of shelling the station.
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