North Macedonia has become the first Energy Community Contracting Party to donate emergency energy equipment to Ukraine.
“Six electricity transformers given in-kind by the distribution system operator Elektrodistribucija DOOEL, a daughter company of EVN North Macedonia, were delivered to Ukraine,” reads the press release of the Energy Community.
“We are grateful to North Macedonia and Energy Community colleagues for helping us rebuild energy infrastructure damaged during the war. This is an example of the true solidarity that the Energy Community is built on. Donations are needed now more than ever to prepare for the upcoming winter season,” German Galushchenko, Minister of Energy of Ukraine, said.
Chairman of the Management Board of EVN Macedonia, Stefan Peter thanked the Energy Community Secretariat for assistance in coordinating the delivery of equipment to Ukraine.
“We hope our donation will provide immediate relief to families left without electricity due to the war,” he added.