Ukraine's power exports yielded $ 186 mil in January-July of 2018
In January-July of 2018 Ukraine exported power for $ 186.1 mil, that is 16.3 % more than in the same period of 2017, as reported by the State Fiscal Service of Ukraine.
The biggest shares of revenues from power exports were from to Hungary (60.4 %, or $ 112.5 mil), followed by power export earnings from Poland (23.2 %, or $ 43 mil), and from Moldova (12.9 %, or $ 25.9 %).
Other countries bought Ukrainian power for $ 4.6 mil, that is a 2.5 % share in Ukrfaine’s total power exports in the 1H of 2018. In July of 2018 Ukraine’s power exports yielded in $ 15. 1 mil. The major importers of Ukrainian power were Poland ($ 4 mil) and Moldova ($ 5.4 mil), while other countries spent only $ 850 thousand for power supplies from Ukraine.
Over the first seven months of 2018 Ukraine’s imported power for $ 953 thousand from suppliers of Russia ($ 906 thousand), Belarus ($ 42 thousand), and Moldova ($ 5 thousand). In July of 2018 Russia supplied power for $ 140 thousand, followed by Belarus ($ 7 thousand) and Moldova ($ 3 thousand).