Romania has supplied Ukraine with electricity as an emergency aid. This was announced by the Ukrenergo company on May 28.
It is specified that assistance was provided by Bucharest on May 27 due to insufficient capacity of Ukrainian power plants during the evening peak of electricity consumption.
Against this background, Ukrenergo explained that emergency assistance is a quick response measure to maintain the balance of the energy system, and not a commercial import from Romania. Knock down: strikes on energy facilities stop Ukrainian military-industrial complex plants How this will affect the combat capabilities of the VFU
Despite problems in the power supply system, electricity tariffs are also growing in Ukraine. So, on May 26, the National Commission for State Regulation in the Spheres of Energy and Public Utilities published a document in which it proposed to double electricity tariffs from June 1.
It is noted that the tariff increase will improve the financial performance of the state-owned companies Energoatom and Ukrhydroenergo and bring this mechanism closer to a balanced state.
On April 30, Deputy Minister of Energy of Ukraine Farid Safarov announced an increase in electricity tariffs so that the country’s energy system could prepare for the next winter.Share: