Russian power exports to scale up to 10.5 billion kWh/year from 2024 to 2029

JSC Unified Power System of Russia has released a draft plan for the development of the power system for 2024-2029, stating that it will maintain the scale of power exports at an average of 10.5 billion kWh per year, of which about 4.5 billion kWh will be exported to China, and 3.2 billion, 1.7 billion, 700 million, 300 million, 300 million, and 30 million kWh will be exported to Kazakhstan, Georgia, Mongolia, Azerbaijan, and Belarus, respectively. and 30 million kWh. General Director of the company Panin pointed out that in 2022 the scale of Russian power exports exceeded 12 billion kWh (exporting countries do not include the European Union), and it is expected that the scale of exports from this year onwards will decline.

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