DTEK gives update on Ukraine energy systems during crisis


One of Ukraine’s biggest energy companies, DTEK Group (DTEK), gave a weekly briefing yesterday (3rd March) on its recent efforts to sustain operations of Ukraine’s energy systems and current power-outages in parts of the country.

Speaking during the briefing, Maxim Timchenko, CEO, DTEK, reiterated DTEK’s previous statement that it will ensure the continued operation of Ukraine’s energy systems, including thermal power plants, coal mines, distribution system operators, energy products retail suppliers, green power generation and gas production assets, 

The company also revealed earlier this week that it will supply no-cost electricity to medical institutions, military, law enforcement agencies, and bread producers in Kiev and Donetsk, and Dnipropetrovsk oblasts. 

To avoid collapse of the Ukrainian energy system, the country’s power grid is set to become integrated with ENTSO-E (European Network of Transmission System Operators) – an association of 39 electricity transmission operators from 35 countries across Europe. 

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