The fundamental phase of the next project has been completed

Today, the development of the “green” energy from renewable energy sources is embedding rapidly in many countries of Asia and Europe, and Ukraine is not standing aside. For the first half of 2019, Ukraine has increased the production of electricity from renewable energy sources by 65.9% compared to the same period last year – up to 1852 billion kWh. In order to achieve an environmentally friendly future, Avenston continuously helps in the implementation of projects for the construction of solar power plants, starting with a feasibility study and designing, ending with obtaining a license to sell electricity.

This time, Avenston is pleased to announce the completion of the design of another solar power station, which will be located in the eastern region of the country.This station will be located on an area of ​​10 hectares and, thanks to a capacity of 6.5 MW, produce more than 8 million kW per year.
“After a successful expertise, we begin to work on the preparation of the land plot before the installation of metal structures and proceed to the active phase of the power plant construction , the implementation of which will take place at the shortest lines – 2 months,” says Dmytro Lukomskyi, CEO of Avenston.

Moreover, Avenston provides professional services not only for the design and EPC construction, but also for the operation and maintenance of industrial power plants (O&M), which has already become an important area of ​​activity for the photovoltaic sector (PV).

 

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