The Polish government has agreed with trade unions to close the mines.
The new head previously worked for the DTEK holding.
DTEK Energy denies their impact on the company's current operations in coal mining and power generation.
The company fully paid off with DTEK Dobropilyavuhillya.
The states plan to cooperate in reforming the coal industry, developing renewable energy and in the context of decarbonizing the economy as a whole.
On September 15, the company again enters the Ukrainian energy exchange to purchase coal.
The volume of electricity production by enterprises of the IPS of Ukraine is 6.6% less compared to the corresponding period of 2019.
According to the state-owned enterprise Market Operator, the volume of electricity sales on the day-ahead market (DAM) in the IPS of Ukraine trade zone decreased by 12.53% in February 2020.
Ukrainians buy more gasoline and liquefied gas compared to last January.