Ukraine and Great Britain plan cooperation in the energy sector

The states plan to cooperate in reforming the coal industry, developing renewable energy and in the context of decarbonizing the economy as a whole.

Centrenergo needs to purchase additional coal for the heating season

On September 15, the company again enters the Ukrainian energy exchange to purchase coal.

The Ministry of Energy presented the conceptual framework for reforming the coal industry

State mines are proposed to be divided into three categories.

The Ministry of Energy said they are not relevant to the mines, whose workers organized the protests

As of today, wage arrears, which could have been financed from the state budget, have been completely closed.

Over 390 miners protested and stay in mines

On September 8, representatives of the central office of the State Labor Service are going to Kryvyi Rih.

Centerenergo is looking for coal suppliers

The company invites potential partners to participate in the auction.

The Ministry of Energy assesses the situation at Nadiya mine as unprecedented

The interests of miners in criminal proceedings will be represented by the advisor acting Energy Minister Oleksandr Trokhymets.

Centerenergo transferred UAH 5 million to Nadiya mine to pay salaries

The financial audit of the mine revealed numerous violations in the activities of the previous management of the enterprise.

Centrenergo will consider the possibility of connecting the mines after their audit

The company is ready to actively join the creation of a vertically integrated structure.

The Ministry of Energy will appeal to law enforcement agencies due to a debt of Nadiya mine

Representatives of the specialized department conducted a detailed financial audit.

Centrenergo promises to pay off the debt to mines by the end of August

UAH 216 million have already been directed to state mines.

Oschadbank refused to provide a loan to Centerenergo for the purchase of fuel

At the beginning of July, Centerenergo announced plans to attract UAH 1.3 billion in loans.