Average daily electricity exports from Integrated Power System of Ukraine increased by 7.5%, up to 4.7 m kWh

 

The average daily export of electricity from the Integrated Power System of Ukraine to Poland and Moldova increased by 7.5%, up to 4.7 million kWh. From the Burshtyn TPP Energy Island they sold electricity by 16.8% more as well, up to 8.9 million kWh.

This was reported by the press center of the national transmission system operator NEC Ukrenergo.

"The total export of electricity during August 25-29 amounted to 68.1 million kWh. At the same time, the average daily exports of electricity from the Burshtyn TPP Energy Island compared to the previous week of August 16-24, 2021, increased by 16.8%, up to 8.9 million kWh, and from the Integrated Power System of Ukraine, they grew by 7.5%, up to 4,7 million kWh," the press service of the NEC Ukrenergo reports.

In particular, in the last 5 days the total export of electricity from the Integrated Power System of Ukraine amounted to 23.6 million, of which 18.5 million kWh to Poland and 5.1 million kWh to Moldova.

According to ExPro sources in the market, the export of electricity from the Integrated Power System of Ukraine to Moldova in 2021 amounted to:

  • in January 2021 – 2.3 000 kWh,
  • in February 2021 – 1.7 000 kWh,
  • in March 2021 – 3.6 000 kWh,
  • in April 2021 – 20.9 million kWh,
  • in May 2021 – 25.9 million kWh,
  • in June 2021 – 26.8 million kWh,
  • in July 2021 – 39.4 million kWh.

Exports of electricity to Poland from the Integrated Power System of Ukraine, albeit disruption in January and February 2021, amounted to:

  • in March 2021 - 158.4 million kWh,
  • in April 2021 - 84.3 million kWh,
  • in May 2021 - 110.6 million kWh,
  • in June 2021 - 99.8 million kWh,
  • in July 2021 - 81 million kWh.

According to the NEC Ukrenergo, the maximum flow between the Integrated Power System of Ukraine and the EU of Moldova was up to 700 MW, with Poland it amounted up to 235 MW.

13:11 / 9 September 2021

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