Ukrainian nuclear power plant operator Energoatom has explained to the European Parliament the benefits of supporting the ‘energy bridge’ project. Ukraine expects to start supplying electricity to the EU network via the so-called energy bridge as early as next year, and to complete the project by 2025. State-run Energoatom operates all of Ukraine’s four nuclear power plants – Zaporozhe, Rovno, South Ukraine and Khmelnitsky – which comprise 15 units. The energy bridge will link Khmelnitsky 2 to Burshtyn Energy Island and connect with powerlines to Rzeszów in Poland and Albertirsa in Hungary.
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