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11 set 2022
11 set 2022

Ucraina, la centrale nucleare di Zaporizhzhia è spenta. Putin a Macron: rischio catastrofe

Il sito più grande d'Europa, occupato dai russi, ha smesso di produrre elettricità. Nelle settimane scorse l'allarme sicurezza di Aiea

11 set 2022
epa10153153 A picture taken during a visit organised by the Russian military shows Russian servicemen guard on the territory of the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant in Enerhodar, southeastern Ukraine, 01 September 2022. During several hours of work at the Zaporizhzhia  NPP, the IAEA mission received key information about the situation at the nuclear power plant with explanations from the personnel, said Rafael Grossi, head of the IAEA delegation. Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant in Enerhodar is the largest nuclear power plant in Europe with six power units. The first was put into operation in December 1984, the sixth in October 1995. According to the authorities, recently only the fifth and sixth power units have been operating at 60 percent and 80 percent, respectively, including ongoing supplies to Ukraine.  EPA/YURI KOCHETKOV
Soldato russo nella centrale nucleare di Zaporizhzhia, in Ucraina (Ansa)

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