Ukraine's Energoatom ramps up seven operating NPP power units to maximum output
MOSCOW. Sept 26 (Interfax) - Energoatom State National Nuclear Energy Generating Company of Ukraine (NNEGC) has ramped up seven operating nuclear power units to maximum output, Ukrainian media reported, citing a statement from NNEGC's press service.
"On September 25, 2023, the state-owned enterprise Energoatom NNEGC ramped up all seven currently operating nuclear power units to maximum capacity that were previously limited by market conditions, thereby adding 300 MW of capacity to the country's power system," according to the statement.
As noted, overall nuclear generation capacity totals 6,400 MW.
Reloading has currently been completed and start-up operations are underway at another power unit that will also be put into operation soon.
Energoatom manages the operations of the Rovno NPP with four power units with total capacity of 2.835 GW; the Khmelnytsky NPP with two power units with total capacity of 2 GW; and the South Ukrainian NPP with three power units that generate 1 GW each.