Turkey offers to send floating power plants to Romania and Moldova to supply electricity to Ukraine, said Zeynep Kharezi, CEO of Turkish floating power plant operator Karpowership, in an interview with the Anatolian News Agency, quoted by the BTA agency.
According to Kharezi, negotiations are underway to supply Kyiv with 400 megawatts of electricity produced at floating power plants, which will be sent via Turkey to Romania and Moldova, and from there will be exported via power lines to Ukraine.
Kharezi noted that now no one wants to transfer electricity to their neighbors until the appearance of new electrical capacities.
“Romania and Moldova are the countries that asked us to supply ships (floating power plants). Now we tell them: ‘Let’s put these ships in your country, but let them send electricity to Ukraine,'” she said, adding that the process is still ongoing.
“Supplying electricity to Ukraine via Moldova or Romania is technically possible and commercially reasonable,” Kharezi also said. According to her, the price for the proposed electricity is profitable, and “the only obstacle may be political and bureaucratic.”