Ukraine will open the import-export of electricity to Slovakia.
From July 7, Ukraine will start exporting and importing 50 MW of electricity in the direction of Slovakia, according to Ukrenergo. For the July 7 auctions, the capacity of electricity exported to Romania and imported from it has been reduced from 100 MW to 50 MW. As reported, on June 27, the European network of electricity transmission system operators, ENTSO-E, agreed to start commercializing the first 100 MW of electricity in Europe. Romania became the first destination for electrical supply. Based on the results of the Romanian auctions, it was planned that the possibility of opening directions to Slovakia and Hungary would be considered, but with a total capacity of 100 MW.