Ground-mounted and roof-top solar PV power plants – design and construction of renewable energy sources

KONONIVKA Solar PV Power Plant

KONONIVKA solar PV Power Plant in the Poltava region with a capacity of 2.7 MW, projected by AVENSTON in the 4th quarter of 2019. The company has developed project documentation, assisted in the selection of major technological solutions and assisted in business planning.
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Construction of Avenston RE Hub

The project to build its own administrative complex with a platform for various business events was launched by the company in 2019. Our RE Hub will occupy an area of 1,6 hectares.
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UMITLI Solar PV Power Plants

The solar power plants (three line) were built in 2019 in the Dnipropetrovsk region. The power plants occupies an area of 38 hectares, and the total power of the installed solar panels (photovoltaic modules) is 25,74 MWp.
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KOMYSHUVATE Solar PV Power Plant

This 4,22 MW solar facility has been designed for the production and sale of electricity to get all benefits of a green tariff acting in Ukraine.
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Quarantine. Life at remotely work

AVENSTON understands how crucial the discipline and proper observance of all the recommendations of the World Health Organization and the decisions of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine are today. Therefore, the company's management has implemented all the necessary quarantine measures to protect its employees and their families.
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Dmytro Lukomskyi about the main industry trends

We continue to publish Avenston CEO Dmytro Lukomskyi's comments provided to the Energy Club blog. This time, Dmytro Vasilyevich continues to analyze the determining factors in the development of solar energy in Ukraine and talks about the main industry trends shortly.
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Solar Power Plants

Solar power is one of the most promising and dynamic parts of the RE industry. The annual increase in the capacity put into operation is about 40-50%. In just a decade and a half the share of solar electricity in the world energy industry exceeded the mark of 5%. Improving the technology of manufacturing photovoltaic modules has led to a significant reduction in the cost of solar electricity. In more than 30 countries (Germany, Chile, Australia, Mexico), solar electricity has become cheaper than that derived from traditional (oil, gas, coal) sources.
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Solar forecasting in Ukraine

Weather systems result in strong variability in the available solar radiation across the day. This means that solar plant power output is impacted, with strong changes in energy generation across the day. As Ukraine adds more solar energy to its electricity grid, it is becoming important to predict these changes in energy generation from hours to days ahead.
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Electric boom. Solar refueling and green business

Reducing the cost of EV-batteries and ESS will reduce the cost of electric cars, and the presence of a charging station network with ESS and PV-modules will solve the problem of generation balance at all levels and to green the use of electric vehicles.
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Passive Houses and their principles of design

Passive houses have a very low energy loss due to the use of passive methods of energy save (insulation materials, innovative engineering and architectural solutions). The specialists of our company have prepared an interesting and understandable material about the basic principles of an energy efficient building.
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The future of renewable energy in the transport industry

The activity of passenger and freight traffic given current trends in the transport industry will double by 2050. Such an increase will lead to carbon dioxide emissions rising. How to apply renewable energy in airplanes, trains, cars and other modes of transport? More details in the article.
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