EU, Ukraine: Ukrainian electricity exports to EU countries hit almost $82 Million in the first 4 months of 2017

Ukraine exported electricity for $81.899 million in January-April 2017, up 36.2% year-on-year, including $13.779 million in April alone.

The State Fiscal Service reported that electricity delivered to Hungary amounted to $63.685 million in the first 4 months of 2017, to Poland – $16.243 million, Romania – $1.404 and other countries – $568,000.

Exports of Ukrainian electricity in January-April 2017 grew by 36.2% in money terms.

Ukraine imported power worth $752,000, including $723,000 from Russia, $20,000 from Belarus and $9,000 from Moldova.




Source: interfax-UKRAINE.

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