Ukraine in 2020 reduced foreign currency revenue from electricity exports by 25.9% against 2019, to $280.8 million.
Hungary bought some 46.3% of Ukrainian electricity sold abroad ($130 million), while the share of Poland was 30.2% ($85 million) and that of Romania – 17.7% ($49.7 million), according to Ukraine’s State Customs Service.
Electricity exports to other countries stood at $16 million.
At the same time, the country’s spending on electricity imports in 2020 grew by 8.4%, to $131.6 million. Expenditures on imports from Slovakia accounted for the lion’s share, that is 52%, or $68.8 million, those from Hungary for 31%, or $40.6 million, and the share of Belarus was 9%, or $11.9 million. (UNIAN/Business World Magazine)