Ukraine tests importing electricity from Romania
Electricity (Photo:Pascal Rossignol / Reuters)
The state-owned energy trader Energy Company of Ukraine (ECU) carried out a test run of importing electricity from Romania, ECU press office reported on Nov. 28.
“State energy trader JSC Energy Company of Ukraine on Nov. 27, imported non-commercial volumes of electricity from Romania, in test mode, with a capacity of 1 MW, over two hours,” the message said
According to the ECU, importing electricity can become an additional tool in stabilizing the energy system of Ukraine as it faces persistent Russian attacks.
It is noted that such tests are necessary to check the technical capability importing electricity from the EU.
Earlier it was reported that Ukrainian energy traders D. Trading, ERU and Energy Company of Ukraine began testing the possibility of electricity imports from Slovakia, after of electricity exports to Europe was cancelled.
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