The state-run enterprise Energoatom, the operator of Ukraine-based nuclear power plants, generated 7.825 billion kWh of electricity in January, up by 126.6 million kWh, or by 1.6% from the target set for the period.
Over the period under review, Energoatom’s power plants sold 7.375 billion kWh of electricity, up by 149.1 million kWh. The plan for electricity supplies was fulfilled by 102.1%, according to the company’s report released on its website.
The installed capacity utilization factor in the first month of 2020 was 75.8%, down by 2.8% YoY (78.6%). Over the period under review, Energoatom accounted for 55.5% of Ukraine’s total electricity output.
“In January, some UAH 1.376 billion ($56.2 million) in taxes was paid to budgets of all levels and UAH 236.7 million ($9.7 million) in insurance payments,” the report said. (UNIAN/Business World Magazine)