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MOSCOW, February 12. /ITAR-TASS/. Russia’s electricity export revenues went down by 2.7% to $992.1 million in 2013, the Federal Customs Service said on Wednesday.
In 2013, the country’s electricity export in volume terms decreased by 4% to 18.382 billion kilowatt-hours from 19.143 billion kilowatt-hours in the preceding year.
Moreover, non-CIS countries were among the major exporters of Russia-generated electricity: the cost of supplies amounted to $673 million for 12.891 billion kilowatt-hours, as compared to $661 million for 12.996 billion kilowatt-hours in 2012.
Russia’s incomes from electricity export to the CIS member countries decreased and amounted to $319.1 million for 5.492 billion kilowatt-hours (comparing to $357.7 million for 6.148 billion kilowatt-hours a year ago).