Russian War Against Ukraine: Energy Dimension (Status as of June 30)
DiXi Group has prepared its next alert on the energy dimension of the Russian war against Ukraine.
- The Russian military almost completely destroyed one of the largest cogenerating facilities in Ukraine – the Severodonetsk CHP. According to the Severodonetsk Military Administration Head Oleksandr Stryuk, the resumption of CHP operation and district heating for almost two-thirds of the city would be possible only after complete reconstruction.
- App. 621,000 consumers all over Ukraine did not have an electricity supply, and over 180,700 consumers remained without gas supply.
- For the second time in a month, the IAEA lost online connection with the ZNPP in terms of nuclear safeguards monitoring and again insisted on organising an expert mission to verify nuclear material as soon as possible. The IAEA also reported a partial loss of remote transmission of nuclear safeguards monitoring data from the Chornobyl NPP site.
- At the ZNPP, there are signs the occupiers are still preparing a large-scale provocation with the aim of draining the cooling pools. The Russian military has coerced, abused, and tortured the employees of the station’s hydraulic workshop.