List of power stations in Ukraine

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List of power stations in Ukraine is located in Ukraine
Chyhyryn
Chyhyryn
Odessa
Odessa
Kharkiv
Kharkiv
Kryvyi Rih
Kryvyi Rih
Zmiiv
Zmiiv
Trypillia
Trypillia
Ladyzhyn
Ladyzhyn
Dnieper
Dnieper
Starobesheve
Starobesheve
Luhansk
Luhansk
Kurakhove
Kurakhove
Zuiv
Zuiv
Sloviansk
Sloviansk
Dobrotvir
Dobrotvir
Tashlyk
Tashlyk
Location of major power stations in Ukraine: Radiation warning symbol.png Nuclear, Black pog.svg Coal, Blue pog.svgHydroelectric

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 Chyhyryn 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 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
Burshtyn 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)
Dobrotvir thermal power plant[12] 600 3x100+2x150 coal Dobrotvir 50°12′48″N 24°22′30″E / 50.213273°N 24.374971°E / 50.213273; 24.374971 (Dobrotvirska thermal power plant)
Kryvyi Rih 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)
Kurakhove 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)
Ladyzhyn 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)
Dnieper 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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