In Moldova, Belarus, Russia, the electricity was not sold.
Ukraine in January-February 2017 increased exports of electricity to 263.9 m kWh (37.2%) compared to the same period of 2016 to 972,5 million kWh. this was announced by the Ministry of energy and coal industry.
So, the supply of electricity from the Burshtyn TPP towards Hungary, Slovakia and Romania has increased by 48.4% (257,3 million kWh) – up to 788,5 million kWh. of electricity Supplies to Poland increased by 5.3% (to 9.3 million kWh) – up to 184,1 million kWh.
In Moldova, Belarus and Russia in January-February-2017 Ukrainian electricity was exported, while over the same period of 2016 to these countries were delivered 2.6 million kWh. in February 2017, the export of Ukrainian electricity totaled 413,3 mln kW-h, which was 13.9% (50,3 million kWh) more than in February 2016. In addition, Ukraine in January-February 2017 imported 8.3 million kWh of electricity (from Russia – 8.1 million kWh, Belarus – 0.2 mn kWh) against 10.7 million kWh in 2 months of 2016. Import in January-February of 2017 were considered for the contracts, “Energy market” as a technological movement. It was reported that Ukraine in January compared to the same period in 2016 increased exports of electricity in terms of 61.9% (213,8 million kWh) – up to 559.4 million kWh.
In February, the bilateral meeting of representatives of States addressed the issue of resumption of exports of electricity from Ukraine to Moldova. The production of electricity in the United energy system (UES) of Ukraine in January-February 2017 increased by 3.6% (1 billion 018,5 million kWh) compared to the same period of 2016 to 29 billion 616,2 million kWh.
Recall that the Ukraine in 2016 exported electricity on $ 152,063 million, including in Hungary – $ 119,317 million, Poland – $ 32,392 million, Moldova – $ 0,347 million other countries $ million 0,007
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