Electricity supplies from Russia and Belarus to Ukraine stop from November 1

Source : 112 Ukraine

The relevant auction has been canceled
16:36, 30 October 2021

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There will be no electricity imports from Russian Federation and Belarus from November 1, said the head of the Verkhovna Rada Committee on Energy and Housing, Andriy Gerus on his Telegram channel.

"There will be no electricity imports from Russia from November 1. Inter RAO announced an auction for the sale of electricity on October 20, but the corresponding auction was canceled on October 21. There will also be no electricity imports from Belarus from November 1, the corresponding auctions for the sale of electricity were canceled", he wrote.

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As reported, the Ukrainian National Commission for State Regulation in the Spheres of Energy and Utilities (NKREKU) will not continue the ban on the import of electricity from Russia and Belarus until November. This decision was made taking into account the low coal reserves and the threat of power shortages.

As we reported, from November 1, 2021, Russia will stop deliveries of thermal coal to Ukraine. But Naftogaz of Ukraine became the winner of the second tender for the supply of gas to Moldova, announced by the Moldovan state energy company Energocom. Director for Integrated Communications of NJSC Naftogaz Ukraine Maksym Beliavsky told reporters.

"Naftogaz of Ukraine took part in the natural gas procurement procedure carried out by the Moldovan company S.A. Energocom," Beliavsky said.

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