Summary of Draft Law on Renewable Energy Auctions

Draft Law introducing new support system for renewable energy projects in Ukraine has been registered with the Parliament on 07 June 2018 under registration number 8449. New support system based on auctions will apply to the solar power plants with installed capacity exceeding 10 MW and wind power plants with installed capacity exceeding 20 MW. First […]

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‘Komyshuvate’ PV power plant is officially opened

PV power plant details: DC power – 1,045 MWp Stage – 100% completed Construction completion – 2017 Type of solar plant – on-grid Solar panels – multy-Si Structures – ground mounted, fixed Plant area – 5 ha Location – Kirovograd region, Ukraine This solar facility has been designed for the production and sale of electricity to get all […]

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Opportunities to invest in Ukraine

Ukraine is taking important strides to increase the use of renewable-energy sources and alternative fuels as part of its broader strategy to reduce its reliance on traditional fossil fuels. It has been estimated that Ukraine has the potential to increase its use of renewable energy ten fold, by the year 2030 and reduce its natural […]

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Round table “Introduction of Competitive Instruments for Acquisition of Green” Energy in Ukraine”

On 13 March 2018 there was a round table “Introduction of Competitive Instruments for Acquisition of Green” Energy in Ukraine”. As a result of the round table a chairman of the Electricity Subcommittee of Committee of Issues of Fuel and Power Sector and Nuclear Policy and Safety Lev Pidlesetksky published the Concept of Introduction of […]

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‘Tavanska-2’ solar power plant is completed

At the end of January 2018 in the city of Berislav, the Kherson region, the first photovoltaic solar power plant ‘Tavanska-2’ with installed DC capacity of solar modules of 8.2 MW was put into operation. The construction of the facility was completed in autumn 2017, but the need for substantial reconstruction of external electrical networks and […]

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New regulation on environmental impact assessment

On 23 May 2017 the Parliament adopted the Law of Ukraine “On Environment Impact Assessment” (the Law). Reference — http://zakon0.rada.gov.ua/laws/show/2059-19. The newly adopted Law requires mandatory assessment of impact (both direct and indirect) on the environment of certain industrial objects and activities, such as, among others: The extraction of mineral resources The storage and processing […]

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