In Ukraine non-household electricity consumers of Group B is by 80 times higher than of Group A - NEURC

The ratio of non-household electricity consumers belonging to Group A (have ASKOE to provide hourly data), to consumers of Group B (do not have hourly accounting) in general in Ukraine is 1:80, or 17200: 1400000.

Such data was provided by the National Energy and Utilities Regulation Commission (NEURC) upon a query of ExPro.

According to the NEURC, the largest number of 126400 consumers Group B consumers is serviced by the DTEK Dnipro Grids, while the number of Group A is 1.6 000 (1:76).

Moreover, a significant number of non-household consumers of Group B are connected to the networks of the DTEK Kyiv Grids (119900), the DTEK Odesa Region Grids (79.8 000), and the Kharkivoblenergo (74.6 000).

The largest number of legal entities of Groups A is in Poltava region, their ratio to Group B in this region is 1:28, as well as in Dnipropetrovsk region (1600 consumers serviced by the DTEK Dnipro Grids) and Cherkasy region (1200).

11:52 / 21 July 2021

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