Coal industry News

Coal supplies to TPPs and CHPs exceeded consumption for the first time since August 2020

Coal consumption at TPPs in Ukraine exceeded supply by 10.6% in 2020.

Britain closes 2 GW coal power plant

West Burton A will be decommissioned by the end of September 2022.

Vitrenko withdrew the concept of reforming the coal industry, proposed by Buslavets

Currently, the issue of settlements with miners is also being resolved.

AMCU is investigating the situation with a decrease in guaranteed coal reserves at TPPs

The Committee notes that it received statements from household consumers and public organizations “regarding the actions of the DTEK group of companies”.

The Ministry of Energy has unblocked the payment of wages to miners

This became possible due to the adoption of the law on expanding the powers of the acting ministers.

Centrenergo: Coal mined by state mines will be supplied under direct contracts

Currently, Centrenergo and state mines have signed direct contracts for the supply of 893 thousand tons of coal.

Vitrenko: Coal for Centrenergo will be supplied from state mines under direct contracts

He also said that the debts to the Nadiia mine will be paid off as soon as the law on the restoration of the powers of the acting president comes into force.

Bank of Japan stops financing coal plants

Last December, the bank decided to provide $1.7 billion for the construction of a new coal-fired power plant in Vietnam.

US power industry will stop using coal by 2033

Renewable energy is expected to account for more than half of the electricity generation in 15 years.

NEURC plans to complete TPPs’ inspections on coal stocks by the end of the week

The requirement to have minimum fuel stocks, the size of which is determined by the Ministry of Energy, is a direct norm of the profile law.

The Ministry of Energy: Debt of Nadiya mine for electricity – UAH 13.6 million

The state budget for 2021 provides for 100% financing of measures to prepare the mine for liquidation.

DTEK transferred management of Dobropilyavuhillya mines to the state

DTEK closed all its obligations to the state, including repaid lease arrears formed in 2020.