After modernisation, the interstate power transmission line between Ukraine and Poland has been put into operation, told Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal in his opening statement duing a Government session on May 2.
“Ukrenergo specialists and their Polish colleagues from PSE quickly completed all the work. The European partners provided about a thousand pieces of equipment. The line has been in operation since 27 April. It had successfully passed the three-day test period,” said the Prime Minister.
According to the Head of Government, an additional powerful interconnector increases our export and import capabilities.
“By selling electricity, we will accumulate resources to restore the power sector for the new heating season. And if necessary, we will step up imports and receive emergency assistance from our neighbours. Ukrainians will have electricity despite enemy missile and drone attacks,” emphasized Denys Shmyhal.