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11.03.2024

Russian War Against Ukraine: Energy Dimension | DiXi Group Alert – weekly review

March 4 – 10

  • On March 6, a fire broke out at a DSO substation in the Khmelnytsky region due to a drone attack, resulting in the disconnection of over 14,000 consumers.
  • On March 9, the enemy attacked a 330 kV substation in the Zaporizhzhya region with an UAV, but no equipment or personnel were affected. On March 10, after another attack, equipment was damaged.
  • As of March 11, 386 settlements remained without electricity due to hostilities and technological disruptions.
  • The IAEA Board of Governors endorsed a resolution calling on Russia to immediately remove all unauthorized personnel, including military, from the Zaporizhzhia NPP and immediately return the facility to full Ukrainian control.
  • Fresh nuclear fuel of Westinghouse has been delivered to units of the Khmelnytskyi NPP. All Ukrainian nuclear power plants will now use American fuel assemblies.
  • On March 8, Energoatom started a regular maintenance campaign, 5 days ahead of schedule. 
  • The power system operates with a surplus. The volume of exports increased by 74% – to 76.5 GWh, exceeding imports by almost 16 times. The Base DAM index decreased to 2,418.4 UAH/MWh (-1.1% WoW).
  • Since March 4, joint capacity allocation auctions between Ukraine and Slovakia began on the JAO platform.
  • Active import of gas from Hungary began in March. The media indicate that these volumes are transited to Moldova.
  • The NEURC provided clarifications on changes to the Rules of Retail Electricity Market concerning active consumers (prosumers).
  • In response to the Ministry of Energy request, the Regulator offers 925 USD/kW as the marginal price for the purchase of generating capacity development service.
  • The State Service for Food Safety and Consumer Protection can conduct unscheduled inspections of compliance with the requirements of legislation on regulated prices, consumer protection and metrological supervision in the field of housing and utilities.
  • Ukrnafta received a new composition of the supervisory board, which includes 3 independent members (Timothy Dodson, Ireneusz Fafara, Duncan Nightingale) and 2 representatives of the shareholder (Liudmyla Daragan, Roza Tapanova).
  • Under the Power for Health project, healthcare institutions in 20 regions of Ukraine and Kyiv received 300 energy storage systems to provide hospitals with backup power.
  • The government allocated an additional 9.3 billion UAH for 13 regions for the rapid reconstruction program, in particular for the restoration of critical infrastructure facilities.

 

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National website of Extractive Industries Transparensy Initiative in Ukraine 

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