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Ukraine reduces revenue from electricity exports by 16.9% in eight months
KYIV. Sept 15 (Interfax-Ukraine) – Ukraine in January-August 2021 reduced revenue from electricity exports by 16.9% (by $33.239 million) compared to the same period in 2020, to $163.086 million, according to data from the State Customs Service.
According to the calculations of the Interfax-Ukraine agency, in the eight months, electricity was supplied to Hungary for $68.324 million, Poland – for $46.044 million, Romania – for $29.242 million, other countries – for $19.476 million. In August 2021, electricity was exported for $27.474 million against $7.66 million in August 2020.
In addition, in January-August of this year, Ukraine imported electricity for $59.394 million against $111.34 million in the same period last year, including from Belarus – for $24.708 million, Slovakia – for $22.534 million, Russia – for $5.585 million, other countries – for $6.567 million.
As reported, in 2020 Ukraine reduced its revenue from electricity exports by 25.9% (by $97.937 million) compared to 2019, to $280.831 million. Ukraine delivered electricity to Hungary for $130.083 million, Poland – for $84.969 million, Romania – for $49.707 million, other countries – for $16.072 million.