Participation in the Kharkiv International Business Forum 2017

Участь у Харківському Міжнародному Бізнес-форумі

Representatives of our group of companies participated in the 4th International Business Forum, which took place in Kharkiv on June 21-22, 2017.

On the first day of the event, co-founder of AVENSTON and RENTECHNO, Dmytro Lukomskyi, made a presentation on the Energy Efficiency section with a presentation of the solar energy industry development general picture in Ukraine and the world.

The report included an analysis of the industry state in 2017 and key factors determining its development dynamics. Also, Dmytro Lukomskyi elaborated on the analysis of the main challenges facing solar energy in our country today. In particular, it was noted the state is the main factor of influence in conditions when price parity has not yet been achieved. The speaker also shared his view on the prospects for solar energy development both in the conditions of maintaining the green tariff and in the transition to a free electricity market.

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Our group of companies began its activities in 2007 under the SolarUA brand with the production of photovoltaic components as part of investment projects in Ukraine and the USA. In 2010, RENTECHNO was established to implement general contracts in the field of solar energy. In 2012, in connection with the adoption of the law on the green tariff in 2011, RENTECHNO focused on industrial solar power projects. Over time, we have significantly expanded our activities with system supplies of equipment for solar power plants, what the new RENTECHNO PRIME company has taken up. In 2018, the real BOOM of solar energy began. To accept the challenges of the market, we decided to establish a new company of the group – AVENSTON, which combined all the knowledge, experience, and skills of 10 years of work in the solar energy market of Ukraine.

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