241.56 million sq-h Electricity production at NPPs during 15.04.2021
0.10 μSv/h Radiological situation at NPPs 15.04.2021

IAEA scheduled inspection under way at Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant in wake of SUNPP

5 to 10 April, 2021, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) is holding a scheduled inspection at the Zaporizhzhya NPP.


Self- control improvement simulator developed at SUNPP

The STAR simulator intended for power plant staff to practice self-control skills has been created at South Ukraine NPP.


Public discussions on environmental impact assessment of Tashlyk HPSPP construction have begun

THPSPP hydraulic units 3 – 6 are planned to be completed along with a gradual full reservoir level increase of Oleksandrivke water reservoir, which is a part of the South-Ukraine Power Complex.


Seven EU states in push for nuclear power in Europe

The leaders of seven European Union Member States urge support for nuclear in Europe. They have sent a letter justifying its role in climate protection to Ursula von der Leyen, president of the European Commission, and other senior officials.


IAEA inspection underway at Zaporizhzhya NPP

12 to 28 March 2021, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) inspectors are holding a regular scheduled inspection of unit 1 being under interim scheduled repair and the spent nuclear fuel dry storage facility (SFDSF).


Ukrainian nuclear engineers participate in international post-Fukushima measures conference

During the international conference of the WANO devoted to the 10th anniversary of the accident at the Japanese Fukushima nuclear power plant post-Fukushima measures being implemented at Ukrainian nuclear power plants were discussed.


Ukrainian NPPs’ electricity daily production rate is at a 10-year high

On March 10, domestic NPPs generated 273.03 million kWh of electricity, which is a 10-year high of nuclear power plants' daily production.


Westinghouse nuclear fuel inspected at SUNPP power unit 3

During scheduled preventive outage at South-Ukraine NPP power unit 3, the active core of which since 2018 consists exclusively of Westinghouse fuel assemblies, nuclear fuel was inspected with the use of the fuel inspection and repair equipment.


The central radiation monitoring panel was renovated at ZNPP

The central radiation monitoring panel was renovated at the specialized building 1 of Zaporizhzhya NPP.


New compressor equipment has been put into commercial operations at KhNPP

Two new water cooled air compressor systems with a producing capacity of 25 m³/min each have been put into commercial operations at KhNPP in order to ensure compressed air continuous supply for technological and repair needs