Ukraine in January-July 2021 reduced earnings from electricity exports by 28.1% (by $53.052 million) compared to the same period in 2020, to $135.612 million, according to data from the State Customs Service.
According to the calculations of Interfax-Ukraine, in January-July 2021 electricity for $59.339 million was supplied to Hungary, Poland for $39.783 million, Romania for $21.204 million, other countries for $15.286 million.
In July 2021 alone, electricity was exported for $27.373 million versus $5.505 million in July 2020.
In addition, in January-July of this year, Ukraine imported electricity for $59.058 million versus $110.005 million in the same period last year. Electricity exported from Belarus was worth $24.702 million, Slovakia – $22.401 million, Russia – $5.388 million, other countries – $6.567 million.