Interview with CEO Avenston for ExPro

In an interview with ExPro, Avenston CEO Dmitro Lukomskyi told about his experience in solar energy, promising directions for the “solar” business, and gave solid advice to potential investors. A well-known player in the field of solar energy, Avenston has a significant portfolio of solar station projects for many customers, but also plans to develop its own generation. “Our plans for the next year are 5-7 megawatt of own generation, we are now analyzing promising sites, which should be a promising site in terms of generation (solar intensity), as well as from the point of view of service,” said the head of the company.

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