List of power stations in Ukraine

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The following page lists power stations in Ukraine.

Nuclear[edit]

In service[edit]

Name Location Coordinates Type Capacity (MWe) Commissioned Notes Refs
Khmelnytsky Netishyn 50°18′09″N 26°38′52″E / 50.302512°N 26.647875°E / 50.302512; 26.647875 (Khmelnytsky CPP) VVER 2000 1987, 2004 [1][2]
Rivne Kuznetsovsk 51°19′37″N 25°53′26″E / 51.326857°N 25.890634°E / 51.326857; 25.890634 (Rivne Nuclear Power Plant) VVER 2819 1980-2004 [1][3]
South Ukraine Yuzhnoukrainsk 47°48′43″N 31°13′03″E / 47.812031°N 31.217372°E / 47.812031; 31.217372 (South Ukraine CPP) VVER 3000 1982, 1985, 1989 [1][4]
Zaporizhzhia Enerhodar 47°30′31″N 34°35′04″E / 47.508519°N 34.584392°E / 47.508519; 34.584392 (Zaporizhzhia CPP, Unit 1) VVER 6000 1984-1995 The largest nuclear power plant in Europe [1][5]

Historic[edit]

Name Location Coordinates Type Capacity, MWe Operational Notes Refs
Chernobyl Unit 1 Pripyat 51°23′22″N 30°06′25″E / 51.389445°N 30.10682°E / 51.389445; 30.10682 (Chernobyl CPP, Unit 1) RBMK 1000 1977–1996 [1]
Chernobyl Unit 2 Pripyat 51°23′22″N 30°06′16″E / 51.389445°N 30.104406°E / 51.389445; 30.104406 (Chernobyl CPP, Unit 2) RBMK 1000 1978–1991 [1]
Chernobyl Unit 3 Pripyat 51°23′23″N 30°06′02″E / 51.389586°N 30.100436°E / 51.389586; 30.100436 (Chernobyl CPP, Unit 3) RBMK 1000 1981–2000 [1]
Chernobyl Unit 4 Pripyat 51°23′23″N 30°05′56″E / 51.389606°N 30.09902°E / 51.389606; 30.09902 (Chernobyl CPP, Unit 4) RBMK 1000 1984–1986 Exploded in the Chernobyl accident [1][6]
Crimea Shcholkine 45°23′31″N 35°48′13″E / 45.391937°N 35.803727°E / 45.391937; 35.803727 (Crimea CPP, Unit 1) VVER 1000 Remains unfinished
Commenced 1975
Unit 1 80% complete and Unit 2 18% finished in 1989
[1]
Chyhyryn Orbita VVER 1000 never finished since 1977 and stopped in 1989
Odessa Teplodar VVER 1000 never finished since 1980 and stopped in 1986 [7]
Kharkiv Borky VVER 1000 never finished since 1986 and stopped in 1990

Hydroelectric[edit]

Name Power (MW) Year of built[further explanation needed] Location Coordinates Refs
Dnieper Hydroelectric Station 1,500 1927–1932 Zaporizhia 47°52′10″N 35°05′10″E / 47.869444°N 35.086111°E / 47.869444; 35.086111 (Dnieper Hydroelectric Station)
Dniester Hydroelectric Power Plant 702 1973—1981 Novodnistrovsk 48°35′38″N 27°27′10″E / 48.59391°N 27.452903°E / 48.59391; 27.452903
Dniester Hydro-Accumulating Power Station 2,268 1983—2008 Novodnistrovsk 48°30′52″N 27°28′28″E / 48.514387°N 27.47436°E / 48.514387; 27.47436
Dniprodzerzhynsk Hydroelectric Station 352 1963 Dniprodzerzhynsk 48°32′55″N 34°32′28″E / 48.548504°N 34.541016°E / 48.548504; 34.541016 (Dniprodzerzhynsk Hydroelectric Station) [8] [9]
Kiev Hydroelectric Station (see: Kiev Reservoir) 388.8 1964 Vyshhorod 50°35′18″N 30°30′42″E / 50.588305°N 30.51178°E / 50.588305; 30.51178 (Kiev Hydroelectric Station)
Kaniv Hydroelectric Station 444 1972 Kaniv 49°46′00″N 31°28′30″E / 49.766667°N 31.475°E / 49.766667; 31.475 (Kaniv Hydroelectric Station)
Kremenchuk Hydroelectric Station 625 1959 Svitlovodsk 49°04′30″N 30°15′04″E / 49.075°N 30.251°E / 49.075; 30.251 (Kremenchuk Hydroelectric Station)
Kakhovka Hydroelectric Station 351 1955 Nova Kakhovka 46°46′30″N 30°22′07″E / 46.775°N 30.368667°E / 46.775; 30.368667 (Kakhovka Hydroelectric Station)
Kiev Hydro-Accumulating Power Station 235 1970 Vyshhorod 50°36′30″N 30°29′07″E / 50.608333°N 30.485333°E / 50.608333; 30.485333 (Kiev Hydro-Accumulating Power Station)
Tashlyk Hydro-Accumulating Power Station 905 1981—2006 Yuzhnoukrainsk 47°47′49″N 31°10′50″E / 47.7968399°N 31.1806154°E / 47.7968399; 31.1806154 (Tashlyk Hydro-Accumulating Power Station) [10] [11]

Thermal[edit]

Name Capacity, MWe Units Fuel Location Coordinates
Burshtynska thermal power plant[12] 2,400 12x200 coal Burshtyn 49°12′34″N 24°39′46″E / 49.209579°N 24.662762°E / 49.209579; 24.662762 (Burshtynska thermal power plant)
Dobrotvirska thermal power plant[12] 600 3x100+2x150 coal Dobrotwir 50°12′48″N 24°22′30″E / 50.213273°N 24.374971°E / 50.213273; 24.374971 (Dobrotvirska thermal power plant)
Kryvorizka thermal power plant[12] 3,000 10x300 coal Zelenodolsk 47°32′21″N 33°39′43″E / 47.539222°N 33.661852°E / 47.539222; 33.661852 (Kryvorizka thermal power plant)
Kurakhovka thermal power plant 1,482 7x200  ? Kurakhove 47°59′40″N 37°14′25″E / 47.994402°N 37.240219°E / 47.994402; 37.240219 (Kurakhov thermal power plant)
Ladyzhinska thermal power plant[12] 1,800 6x300 coal Ladyzhyn 48°42′24″N 29°13′13″E / 48.706709°N 29.2202°E / 48.706709; 29.2202 (Ladyzhinska thermal power plant)
Luhansk thermal power plant 1,500 1x100+7x200 coal Shchastia 48°44′52″N 39°15′45″E / 48.747814°N 39.262389°E / 48.747814; 39.262389 (Luhansk thermal power plant)
Myronivsky power plant 100 0 coal Myronivskyi 48°28′51″N 38°17′23″E / 48.480816°N 38.289821°E / 48.480816; 38.289821 (Mironivskaya TEC)
Prydniprovska thermal power plant[12] 1,765 4x150+4x300 coal Dnipropetrovsk 47°51′51″N 35°09′08″E / 47.8640578°N 35.1522669°E / 47.8640578; 35.1522669 (Prydniprovska thermal power plant)
Sievierodonetsk Power Station 150 1 coal Sievierodonetsk 48°56′15″N 38°27′10″E / 48.9375°N 38.452778°E / 48.9375; 38.452778 (Sievierodonetsk Power Station)
Shteriv thermal power plant dismantled  ? coal  ?
Slovianska thermal power plant[12] 800 1x800 coal Mykolaivka 48°52′19″N 37°45′56″E / 48.872054°N 37.765675°E / 48.872054; 37.765675 (Slovianska thermal power plant)
Starobeshivska thermal power plant[12] 1,725 10x200 coal Novyi Svit 47°48′02″N 38°00′20″E / 47.800688°N 38.005657°E / 47.800688; 38.005657 (Starobeshivska thermal power plant)
Trypilska thermal power plant[12] 1,800 6x300 coal, natural gas Ukrainka, Kiev Oblast 50°08′04″N 30°44′49″E / 50.134417°N 30.746806°E / 50.134417; 30.746806 (Trypilska thermal power plant)
Vuhlehirska thermal power plant[12] 3,600 4x300+3x800 coal, natural gas Svitlodarske, Donetsk Oblast 48°27′55″N 38°12′18″E / 48.465278°N 38.205°E / 48.465278; 38.205 (Vuhlehirska thermal power plant)
Zaporizka thermal power plant[12] 3,600 4x300+3x800 coal, natural gas Enerhodar 47°30′34″N 34°37′28″E / 47.509491°N 34.624443°E / 47.509491; 34.624443 (Zaporizhzhia thermal power station)
Zmiivska thermal power plant[12] 2,175 6x200+4x300 coal Komsomolske 49°35′15″N 36°31′50″E / 49.5874°N 36.530657°E / 49.5874; 36.530657 (Zmiivska thermal power plant)
Zuyiv thermal power plant 1,245 4x300  ? Zuhres 48°01′59″N 38°17′10″E / 48.033101°N 38.286152°E / 48.033101; 38.286152 (Zuyiv thermal power plant)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ "KHMELNITSKI-1". Power Reactor Information System. International Atomic Energy Agency. Retrieved 20 April 2014. 
  3. ^ "ROVNO-1". Power Reactor Information System. International Atomic Energy Agency. Retrieved 20 April 2014. 
  4. ^ "SOUTH UKRAINE-1". Power Reactor Information System. International Atomic Energy Agency. Retrieved 20 April 2014. 
  5. ^ "ZAPOROZHYE-1". Power Reactor Information System. International Atomic Energy Agency. Retrieved 20 April 2014. 
  6. ^ "CHERNOBYL-4". Power Reactor Information System. International Atomic Energy Agency. Retrieved 20 April 2014. 
  7. ^ "What is ATEC?". Blog. Sovietologist. 9 June 2008. Retrieved 20 April 2014. 
  8. ^ "Hydroelectric Power Plants in Ukraine". Gallery. Power Plants Around The World. 26 July 2010. Retrieved 22 April 2014. 
  9. ^ "Dniprodzerzhynsk Hydroelectric Power Plant". Global Energy Observatory. Retrieved 22 April 2014. 
  10. ^ "Tashlyk PSPs". Public Joint Stock Company Ukrhidroprogect. Retrieved 22 April 2014. 
  11. ^ "Tashlyk Pumped Storage Hydroelectric Power Plant". Global Energy Observatory. Retrieved 22 April 2014. 
  12. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k NJSC - The characteristics of Thermal Power Plants