Ukraine will need to invest EUR 350 million over the next four years to attain its goal of integrating with Europe’s electricity transmission system by July 2022
Tuesday, August 21, 2018

Ukraine will need to invest EUR 350 million over the next four years to attain its goal of integrating with Europe’s electricity transmission system by July 2022

Ukraine will need to invest EUR 350 million over the next four years to attain its goal of integrating with Europe’s electricity transmission system by July 2022. Vsevolod Kovalchuk, CEO of Ukrenergo, the nation’s power grid operator, made this estimate in an interview with Delo. Ukraine and Moldova are working to integrate into the European Network of Transmission System Operators, which includes 41 system operators from 34 countries. Last April, Ukraine and Moldova signed an agreement to work in tandem to join the network, commonly known as ENTSO-E.

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