That’s according to the Energoatom on Telegram, Ukrinform reports.
“Despite the blowing up of the Kakhovka HPP dam by the Russian occupiers, the situation remains stable and under control. As of 06:00 on July 6, a slight decrease in the water level in the cooling pond was recorded. It is currently 16.54 meters,” the statement reads.
Energoatom noted that the water level in the thermal power plant canal, from which the ZNPP pond is taking water if necessary, is at 11.15 meters. Recently, the water level in the canal has not actually changed, its indicators no longer depend on the Kakhovka reservoir.
As reported, ZNPP power units have been out of operation since September 2022, so there has been no active evaporation of water from the cooling pond since then.