Overall, the Voznesensk Solar Power Station is comprised of 121,176 multicrystalline photovoltaic modules and 27 inverter stations. According to local content requirements, over 15% of the materials, equipment and technologies used came from the Ukraine.
Austria-based Activ Solar has installed over 200 MW of photovoltaics in the country to date, including in the Odessa and Crimea regions. This latest project is the companys first in Mykolaiv.
It was announced at the start of this month that the Ukrainian government officially adopted reduced tariff rates for photovoltaic systems. Consequently, all systems put into operation from April 1, 2013, will see tariffs decrease by between 16 and 27%.
Despite this, there are a number of photovoltaic project plans in the country, including Ekotechnik Czechs plans to install 160 MW worth of plants in the Khmelnytskyi oblast region.
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