In February, the electricity imports amounted to 550.79 million kWh. In particular, to the IPS of Ukraine trade zone synchronized with power systems of Russia, Belarus, and Moldova, they amounted to 82.9 million kWh, or 0.6% of the total power production in this trade zone. Namely, from Russia – 33.99 million kWh, and from Belarus – 48.9 million kWh.
To secure the operational safety of the power system, in February, the total imports in the IPS of Ukraine trade zone were restricted by over 94%, or by 1379.3 million kWh. The restriction from Russia amounted to 952.8 million kWh, and from Belarus – 426.5 million kWh. The import share from these countries is 19.8% of the total imports to Ukraine in February, and 0.8% of the total electricity imports to the power system of Ukraine.
The imports to “Burshtyn TPP island”, which is synchronized with ENTSO-E, amounted to 467.92 million kWh (from Slovakia – 270.4 million kWh, from Hungary – 177.69 million kWh, and from Romania – 19.8 million kWh).
In February, the power system of Ukraine received 14271.9 million kWh, of which Ukrainian power plants produced13 721.11 million kWh, and 550.79 million kWh were imported.
In February, the electricity exports amounted to 740.33 million kWh. This has been the largest monthly figure for the last 5 years starting from July 2014 (1 033.47 million kWh), which has exceeded the electricity imports by 34.4%, or 189.54 million kWh. In particular, 71.64 million kWh were exported to Hungary (which is by 33.9% more than in January), 176.68 – to Romania, 148.7 – to Poland, and 43.3 million kWh – to Moldova.