Electricity market reform in Ukraine – will we make it in time?
April 6, 2018

Electricity market reform in Ukraine – will we make it in time?

This publication provides a comprehensive analysis of the law on the electricity market in Ukraine adopted by the Verkhovna Rada on 13 April 2017. By adopting this law Ukraine has decided to abandon the existing model of ‘single buyer-seller’ of electricity in favour of the competitive liberalised model envisaged by the third energy package of the EU.

The publication was issued in the framework of the Project on Increasing the Civil Society Impact on Monitoring and Policy Dialogue on Energy and Related Sector Reforms in Accordance with the implementation of the Association Treaty.



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