Ukrainian energy holding DTEK: the country will increase energy imports from the EU to reduce the deficit
MOSCOW, February 1 – RIA Novosti. Ukrainian energy company DTEK imported 60 million kWh of electricity in January and could increase its future purchases from the EU to 1 billion kWh per month, almost halving the deficit in the country’s energy system. telegraph channel.
In December, Volodymyr Zelensky said that Ukraine needs electricity supply from Europe at least until the end of the heating season, with the volume up to 2 GW.
“In January, DTEK supplied 60 million kWh of electricity to Ukraine’s energy system. This makes it possible to close the gap in the energy system and shorten downtime. DTEK is ready to supply Ukraine with even more European electricity. In the future, open potential in the energy system thanks to imports as it can be almost halved”, the message writes.
“The electricity supply from the EU could rise to 1 billion kWh per month, equivalent to the consumption of around 4 million households,” the company writes. To do this, Ukraine must conclude appropriate agreements with the Western partners described in DTEK.
National company Ukrenergo said on Tuesday that electricity consumption in Ukraine continues to increase due to cold weather and a significant deficit in the energy system remains.
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