Two solar power plants will be built near Novoalekseevka

District State Administration of Genychesk region held a workshop on the implementation of alternative energy projects. Top-management of Weliton Solar LLC and Weligen Solar LLC participated in this event. Dmitry Yunusov, who is Deputy Chairman of the State Administration, said that the projects, which are being implemented by Weliton Solar and Weligen Solar will be put into operation in 2014. It will be construction of two solar photovoltaic power plants with a capacities 2.7 MW and 6.8 MW.

The workshop addressed issues of withdrawal for rent land for laying cable lines within and outside the territory of Novoalekseevka town. Substation “Novoalekseevka 150/35/10 kV” land plot rights need to register lease on land in the state register of rights to immovable property, which has been functioning since January 1, 2013.

Approximate volume of investments for the construction of solar power plants (5.32 ha and 11.8 ha) will be 22,8 million Euros. The main objective of the project is the production 7.2 million kWh per year of green electricity.

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