Power supply restored at Ukraine’s Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant

The International Atomic Energy Agency confirmed Ukrainian specialist teams had succeeded in repairing a power line needed to resume external electricity supplies at the plant, four days after they were lost at the Russian-controlled site

EBRD ‘extremely concerned’ about captured Chernobyl

The EBRD has revealed that it has been managing more than €2.5 billion in international funds to transform the site

“Belarus offered to connect its grid with Chernobyl power station”

DTEK CEO told ELN that the power cut at Chernobyl is part of the Russian attack on the Ukrainian energy system

Power loss at Chernobyl nuclear plant ‘could deteriorate operational radiation safety’

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said the nuclear plant’s disconnection from the electricity grid would not critically impact essential safety functions at the site immediately and radiation levels were normal but made it clear the situation there was deteriorating

World might be “48 hours away from possible Chernobyl radiation leak”

Ukraine’s Foreign Minister said there is a power outage at Chernobyl power station

Chernobyl workers still stranded at the power station

The shift of around 210 workers has still not been able to rotate, according to authorities

Ukraine pleads for no-fly zone over nuclear plants

A Ukrainian energy group called for protection of the airspace above nuclear power plants in Ukraine

Head of UN’s nuclear watchdog offers to travel to Chernobyl

Rafael Mariano Grossi said that visit would aim to reach an “agreed framework” for nuclear safety

What do the latest Chernobyl nuclear plant readings say?

On Friday the regulator reported elevated radiation levels at the site in northern Ukraine

Russian troops take over Chernobyl nuclear power plant

Ukraine’s President said the move to seize Chernobyl translates to a declaration of war against the whole Europe