Ukraine plans to join the European Union's electricity supply system in 2023.
11:00, 26 January 2021
Ukraine did not buy electricity from Russia.
23:55, 15 May 2020
Putin is preparing to travel to the region on the fifth anniversary of its annexation later this month.
10:40, 14 March 2019
The group has virtually monopolized electricity exports, as it controls both coal mining and coal-fired power plants, which sell electricity abroad.
15:10, 13 March 2019
Hungary was a major buyer of Ukrainian electricity.
13:45, 11 September 2018
<p>There's already some evidence that a new cyber attack on Ukrainian energy companies could be in the works, according to The Atlantic, a U.S.-based magazine.</p>
23:44, 13 December 2017
<p>A hacker group with alleged links to Russia has been trying to infiltrate European and U.S. energy firms over the past two years with the aim of being able to cause electricity blackouts, according to EUobserver, which cites a report by U.S. software company Symantec.</p>
17:58, 07 September 2017
<p>President of Ukraine's national nuclear energy generating company Energoatom Yuriy Nedashkovsky says Ukraine may sign a public-private partnership (PPP) agreement in 2017 for the implementation of the Ukraine-EU Energy Bridge project, which will allow exports of electricity from Khmelnytsky nuclear power plant (KhNPP) unit No. 2 to Poland and Hungary.</p>
10:20, 27 July 2017
Ukraine's Verkhovna Rada has passed a bill on the electricity market, which foresees more competitive relations on the energy market, including the retail one where end consumers will be able to select a power supplier.
10:00, 14 April 2017