Ukraine plans to join the European Union's electricity supply system in 2023.
11:00, 26 January 2021
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
Regional energy distribution companies have deployed repair teams to eliminate the aftermath of the blackouts.
13:12, 12 March 2019
Power cuts were due to the debts accumulated over the past period.
15:40, 31 October 2018
Ukraine's power grids may join the European Network of Transmission System Operators (ENTSO-E) in 2022.
21:45, 05 October 2018
<p>Ukraine has completely stopped electricity supplies to the areas of Donetsk region, temporarily occupied by Russian terrorist forces, as reported by Vsevolod Kovalchuk, CEO of the country’s united energy grid Ukrenergo.</p>
14:20, 26 July 2017
<p>Supplies of Russian electricity to the militant-occupied areas of Luhansk region will be considered as technological losses of the Russian Federal Grid Company (FGC), which may lead to the increase in tariffs and overpay by Russian consumers totaling RUB 2-4.6 bln ($ 35-81 million) per year, Kommersant reports with reference to a source in the Russian energy ministry and two other sources in the industry.</p>
11:00, 27 April 2017
<p>Russia and the militants are responsible for the termination of Ukraine's power supplies to certain areas of Luhansk region, the Ministry for temporarily occupied territory and internally displaced people said.</p>
15:00, 26 April 2017
<p>Russian government has decided to provide the militant-occupied part of Luhansk region with uninterrupted electricity supplies, according to the Russian envoy to the trilateral contact group for the Donbas settlement, Boris Gryzlov, RIA Novosti reports.</p>
16:20, 25 April 2017
<p>The issue of termination of electricity supplies to the occupied parts of Donetsk region (ORDO) is being considered now, but it is not as urgent as in the occupied areas of Luhansk region (ORLO), Deputy Minister for the Occupied Territories and IDPs George Tuka told 112 Ukraine TV channel.</p>
13:00, 25 April 2017
<p>Donbas militants claim power supplies in most parts of Luhansk region have been restored, according to one of the militants' publications.</p>
11:00, 25 April 2017
<p>Ukraine has shut down all power supplies to the occupied part of Luhansk region, according to the operator of the country's power grids, state-run national energy company Ukrenergo.</p>
10:00, 25 April 2017
<p>Lugansk Energy Association (LEA) plans to shut down power supplies to the occupied part of Luhansk region starting April 25, LEA CEO Volodymyr Gritsai told Luhansk regional TV channel, according to Liga.net.</p>
12:20, 24 April 2017