Ukraine: Power consumption jan-may 2015, industrial consumers

22. July 2015. / SEE Energy News

Electricity consumption in Ukraine in January-May 2015, taking into account technological losses in networks has decreased by 10.1% (7 billion 650.6 million kilowatt-hours) compared with the same period in 2014 – up to 67 billion 747.8 million kWh -h.

Electricity consumption excluding technological losses for the period decreased by 10.5% (to 6.278 billion kWh) – up to 53 billion 560.7 million kWh .

Industrial countries excluding technological losses reduced energy consumption by 17.7% – to 22 billion 91.5 million kWh. Including steel industry consumed 12 billion 550.8 million kWh (-14.9% compared to January-May 2014), the fuel – 2 billion 270.9 million kWh (-35.8%), machinery – 1 billion 623.7 million kWh (-18.4%), chemical and petrochemical – 1 billion 428.6 million kWh (-19.4%), food and processing – 1.623 billion kWh (-11 3%), building materials – 785.3 million kWh (-10.3%), the other – 1 billion 809.4 million kWh (-13.2%).

In addition, agricultural consumed 1 billion 282.3 million kWh (-7.8%), transport – 0.7 million to 3 billion kWh (-8.6%), construction – 349.9 million kWh (-13.2%).

The population of the country for five months in 2015 consumed 17 billion 192.6 million kWh (-2.1%), household consumers – 6.885 billion kWh (8%), other non-industrial consumers – 2 billion 758.7 million kWh (-4.4%).

The share of industry in total consumption of electricity in January-May 2015 decreased from 44.9% to 41.2% compared to the same period of 2014, while the share of the population rose from 29.3% to 32.1%.

In May 2015 the consumption of electricity in view of technological losses decreased by 11.2% (1 billion 468.4 million kWh) compared to the same month in 2014 – up to 11.608 billion kWh, excluding technological losses – 10 6% (1 billion 134.6 million kWh), up to 9 billion 614.7 million kWh.

It was reported that electricity consumption in Ukraine in 2014, taking into account technological losses in networks has decreased by 6.7% (to 12.225 billion kilowatt-hours) compared with 2013 year – up to 171.507 billion kWh, excluding technological losses – 4 7% (6 billion 653.2 million kWh), up to 134 billion 854.3 million kWh. , transmits Serbia-energy.eu

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