DTEK will put Pavlohradvuhillya into an idle mode from April 20

Starting from April 20, DTEK Group puts Pavlohradvuhillya, the largest coal mining enterprise in the country, into an idle mode. This was announced by DTEK’s Director General Maksym Tymchenko, Interfax-Ukraine reports.

“In the current situation on the electricity market – total non-payments, the inability to pay for the transportation of coal and the purchase of materials – we announce the suspension of the country's largest coal association, Pavlohradvuhillya,” he said during an online briefing on Tuesday.

Earlier it was reported that DTEK Energo, in connection with the crisis in the energy sector, is considering the possibility of suspending the operation of DTEK Pavlohradvuhillya.

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