Electricity imports fell almost 1000 times in September 2021, exports fell by 11.5%

Imports of electricity to Ukraine in September (compared to August 2021) fell 966 times - to 0.028 million kWh, exports fell by 11.5% - down to 304.3 million kWh, and for 9 months of 2021 the volume exports of electricity from both trade zones exceed imports by more than 2.7 times - 2.779 billion kWh against 1.014 billion kWh.

This was reported by the transmission system operator NEC Ukrenergo.

At the same time, the import of electricitywas done only in the Burshtyn TPP Energy Island" and amounted to - 0.028 million kWh (0.006% of total electricity consumption in this zone), imports into the Integrated Power System Of Ukraine was absent due to the ban of National Energy and Utilities Regulation Commission (NEURC) of April 26, 2021.

In total, for 9 months of 2021 the export of electricity is - 2 779 million kWh. The largest exports were to Hungary - 1235 million kWh (44.4%) and Poland - 725 million kWh (26.1%), followed by Romania - 470 million kWh (16.9%).

At the same time, in January-September 2021, the total imports to Ukraine amounted to up to 1,014 million kWh,mainly imported from Belarus - 522.6 million kWh (51.5%), and Slovakia - 285.4 million kWh (28.1%).

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