The largest private energy company in Ukraine starts importing electricity from the EU 16:54

DTEK Holding, the largest private electricity supplier in Ukraine, started to import electricity from European countries. The corresponding post was published on the organization’s Telegram channel.

In January, DTEK started importing electricity from Europe to improve the situation in the Ukrainian energy system. This allows us to reduce the budget deficit and support Ukraine’s population and economy,” he said.

According to DTEK, the company’s capacities allow imports of around 500 million kWh per month. This amount of electricity is enough to meet the monthly consumption of two million households.

Previously at the US State Department declarationThe G7 countries will continue to coordinate actions on issues related to the provision of assistance to Ukraine’s energy infrastructure.

Prior to that, at the World Economic Forum in Davos, the mayor of Kyiv, Vitali Klitschko, said that Ukraine’s energy infrastructure may collapse “momently.” At the same time, the electricity shortage in the capital is around 30 percent.

Source: Gazeta


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