Interview with the director of the company owner “Ryhta” PV power plant

An interview of the head of Eco-Foture LLC, a company that operates the Rykhta solar power plant in the Khmelnytsky region, is published on the Energoreforma website. Company Avenston acted as the general contractor of the second stage of construction of this object.

In the material read about the following:

  • How did the development of the PV power plant construction project begin;
  • Why was the project implemented in two stages?
  • How did you choose the designer?
  • On the cost and payback of the project;
  • On the first results of the PV power plant.

The full text of the interview can be found at this link.

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