Activ Solar’s 80 MW Ukraine PV project nears completion


Located in Crimera, the Ohotnikovo Solar Power Station is almost complete, with 60 MW now installed.

According to the company, the third 20 MW phase is expected to generate over 25,000 MW hours of electricity annually. It adds that the system is comprised of roughly 90,000 crystalline silicon photovoltaic modules, which are spread across an area of 40 hectares.

Kaveh Ertefai, Activ Solar’s CEO, commented, "We are delighted to have completed the first three phases of the Ohotnikovo project ahead of schedule and we look forward to finishing the final phase in the near future."

The first two 20 MW phases were completed earlier this year. The first was grid connected back in July. Overall, the company expects to complete the project by the end of the year.

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