The Norwegian developer, which is already developing two solar plants totaling 83 MW in the Eastern European country, has now secured an agreement to build a 47 MW facility in the Mykolaiv region in south Ukraine.
Two PV plants totaling 83 MW will be constructed by the Norwegian developer in the Cherkassy region.
The world’s first digital, autonomous, closed-end, utility-scale PV project investment fund – enabling people with any budget to become co-owners of projects – has announced the implementation of its first arrays, in Kazakhstan, with 4 MW in the north-west of the country and 4 MW in the south. Solar DAO says it will save about $50,000 per MW since total development costs will be less than $5,000 per MW.
According to new provisional numbers released by the Ukrainian government, around 100 MW of new solar PV power stations were connected to the country’s grid in the first quarter of 2018.
The feasibility study was conducted by France’s Tractebel Engineering SA. The authors of the report concluded that the 1.2 GW solar park is feasible, despite the current radioactive contamination levels in the area.
The Norwegian developer’s first solar project in the eastern European country is expected to help the region of Cherkasy reduce its energy shortage.
The Ukraine-based developer has been granted two different loans from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and the Clean Technology Fund (CTF). The three solar plants will be located in the Vinnitsa region of western Ukraine.
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