In this section, we offer the most interesting materials about Ukrenergo and the company’s top managers: articles, interviews, expert opinions.
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Goodbye, oblenergo! Ukrainians will choose electricity suppliers themselves
29.03.2018 In 2019 each Ukrainian will be able to independently choose a supplier of electricity – with the lowest prices and the highest quality, having waived the services of a monopolist-oblenergo.
Green and coal paradox. Why did the “clean” energy in Ukraine hit an iron ceiling
27.03.2018 In recent years, Ukraine has been in the world trend of increasing the share of energy from renewable energy sources – new solar and wind stations were built in the country, and everyone thought that this would continue until the “green” energy became the main producer.
Source: Delovaya Stolitsa
“Green” energy boom in Ukraine: where and how many wind mills and solar panels are to be constructed
19.02.2018 In March-April 2018 the NPC “Ukrenergo” will provide a detailed report on the technical capability of the renewables development in the regions of Ukraine.
Ukraine Power Distributor Plans Cyber Defense System for $20 Million
6.02.2018 KIEV — Ukraine’s state-run power distributor Ukrenergo, a leading target for cyber attacks in the past two years, will invest up to $20 million in a new cyber defense system, its chief executive said on Tuesday.
Source: The New York Times
What`s behind the socket: Ukrenergo`s dispatch center as it is
4.01.2018 The EP journalist spent a day with the “Ukrenergo” dispatchers being responsible for the light in the houses. What do they do every day? Why are they called the “invisible conductors”?
Source: Економічна правда
Vsevolod Kovalchuk: “My goal is to make Ukrenergo one of the most dynamic transmission system operators in Eastern Europe”
This year, Ukrenergo has become a driver of some fundamental changes in the energy sector of Ukraine. Ukrenergo’s Acting CEO Vsevolod Kovalchuk dwells on European integration initiatives, new rules of the game on the energy market, informs about results and plans.
Ukrenergo CEO Kovalchuk: “My team is Ukrenergo’s main asset. And it is definitely a driver of reform in the power industry”
16.11.2017 Vsevolod Kovalchuk has managed the state-owned National Energy Company Ukrenergo, one of the key enterprises in the country’s power industry, for two years as “temporarily acting” chairman. By the standards of Ukrenergo, he is one of the longest serving in this post, and during these two years he experienced many uneasy events, particularly a transformer scandal, several searches, and two difficult heating seasons.