According to the source, the commissioning of the NPP's 2 units with the total output capacity of 2,400 MW will greatly change the structure of the electricity-generating assets in Belarus.
It will require well-argued decisions on optimizing the composition of equipment in the power grid as a whole, the official said.
The Energy Ministry has worked out key documents to outline future plans:
- a concept on developing electricity-generating capabilities and power grids in the period till 2030
- a strategy on developing the provision of electricity, natural gas, steam, hot water, and conditioned air as an economic activity in the period till 2030
- a program on the complex modernization of energy and gas installations in the current 5-year term