Best medium-scale PV plant award

A few days ago, the eighth international conference of sustainable energy in Central and Eastern Europe CISOLAR 2019 was held in Kiev. Every year, CISOLAR traditionally gathers together all managers, owners and executive directors of companies, investors and energy entrepreneurs. This year more than 500 delegates from 30 countries of the world attended the conference, which made it possible to find new business partners, investors and new ambitious participants to enter the solar energy arena. At the end of the annual conference another major event was held – the Cisolar Awards 2019, which determines the high quality of project design, the best products and outstanding personalities in the field of sustainable energy in Eastern Europe. This time, Avenston was nominated for the best medium-scale PV plant award.

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During 2018, the Avenston team worked hard to obtain productive results, which ultimately was achieved: completion of several facilities and their commissioning, as well as signing the agreements for the implementation of large-scale projects for the next year. So, at the Cisolar Awards ceremony, the company’s work was unreservedly awarded with the award “Best medium-scale PV plant”. Remind that last year at the second annual ceremony of the SEF Awards 2018, the Chief Executive Officer of Avenston LLC Dmytro Lukomskyi received the prestigious award, who was confessed as an outstanding personality of the year in the field of sustainable energy in Eastern Europe. This year, our company was ready already to share the achievements in the field of engineering, therefore, nominated the uniqueness of one of its projects.

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