Last week's electricity exports stood at 68.1M kWh – Ukrenergo

Total electricity exports on August 25-29 amounted to 68.1 million kWh, while last week's imports – to 4.4 million kWh.

That’s according to NEC Ukrenergo, Ukrinform reports.

It is noted that the average daily exports from the "Burshtyn TPP Island" against August 16-24 increased by 16.8% - to 8.9 million kWh, and from the Integrated Power System (IPS) of Ukraine – by 7.5% to 4.7 million kWh. In particular, exports to Hungary dropped 52.4%, to Romania – by 56.5%, and to Slovakia – only 0.04 million kWh was exported.

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It is also noted that on August 25-29, electricity was imported only to the “Burshtyn TPP Island." The imports came from Slovakia, amounting to 4.4 million kWh.

No power was imported to the IPS of Ukraine trade zone from Russia and Belarus.

As reported, in July 2021, against the previous month, electricity exports increased by 1.1% (to 366.3 million kWh), while imports dropped by 71.5% (to 1.2 million kWh).

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