Electricity exports to Slovakia and Romania will increase to 250 MW from July 30

From July 30, the export of electricity from Ukraine to the countries of the European Union (Romania and Slovakia) will be expanded to 250 MW (125 MW in each direction).

This was reported by Volodymyr Kudrytskyi, head of the transmission system operator of NEC "Ukrenergo".

"We continue to make money for the state and strengthen the energy security of the EU - today ENTSO-E allowed a 2.5-fold increase in the export of Ukrainian electricity to Europe. From July 30, it will be 250 MW," Kudrytskyi said.

Also, Kudrytskyi added that the export of Ukrainian electricity in the energy network synchronized with continental Europe is stable, there is no negative impact on the system.

According to the data of the daily auction for the crossing for delivery on July 30, the proposed capacity for export to Slovakia and Romania is 125 MW each. We would like to remind you that before this the export capacity to Romania and Slovakia was limited to 50 MW (in each direction).

08:35 / 29 July 2022

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