Rykhta solar power plant received a “green” tariff

On today`s meeting, NERC decided to establish a green tariff for the second stage of the solar photovoltaic station Rykhta, built by our company in the autumn of 2018. All legal issues related to the adjustment of the electricity producer’s license and FIT obtaining were maintained by Avenston specialists without the involvement of external consultants. All work was done on time and in accordance with the plans agreed by the client.

The solar photovoltaic station “Rykhta” was built in two stages during 2018 near the city of Kamenets-Podolsky in Khmelnytsky region. The solar power plant covers an area of ​​about 5 hectares, and the total capacity of installed solar panels (photovoltaic modules) is 2.178 MW. The project uses Tier-1 solar panels and string inverters.

Solar forecasting in Ukraine

Weather systems result in strong variability in the available solar radiation across the day. This means that solar plant power output is impacted, with strong changes in energy generation across the day. As Ukraine adds more solar energy to its electricity grid, it is becoming important to predict these changes in energy generation from hours to days ahead.
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RES implementation: standalone and network solutions

Over the last decade, the development of renewable energy sources (RES) has been at a pace that outstrips any other energy sources. Today, RES has reached a certain level of maturity and greater financial attractiveness than traditional technology.
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A Cloudy Future of Ukraine’s PV industry

Dmytro Lukomskyi's column on Economic Truth business review about "cloudiness" over Ukrainian PV-market and new horizons for next year's industry
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ReneSola modules: high performance and power

Avenston specialists compared the main characteristics of PV modules produced by ten largest world manufacturers on the Ukrainian market.
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