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The IMF assessed Ukraine’s energy losses during the war

The IMF assessed Ukraine’s energy losses during the war

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Russia occupies about 18 GW of capacity, including the largest nuclear power plant in Eastern Europe, the Zaporozhye Nuclear Power Plant.

The Ukrainian energy sector has suffered more than $56 billion in losses since the start of the full-scale invasion. This is discussed in the report of the International Monetary Fund.

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“As a result of Russia’s massive aggression, Ukraine’s energy sector suffered $56.5 billion in damage,” the document notes.

During the massive raid, about 18 GW of capacity was seized, including the largest nuclear power plant in Eastern Europe, the Zaporozhye Nuclear Power Plant.

The IMF recalled that during this period the Kakhovskaya and Dnieper hydroelectric power stations, as well as the Zmievskaya and Trypilska thermal power plants, were destroyed.

It was previously reported in July will be the most difficult time for the energy system of Ukraine. It is at this time that nuclear power plants undergo scheduled maintenance.
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Source: korrespondent

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