Our professional team designed, built and launched the Sloboda PV power plant with a capacity of 1.875 MW in the Yampol district of Vinnytsia region.
Installation and commissioning of the first two phases of 250 kW and 321.5 kW completed in the second half of 2011, the rest of the equipment installed and put into operation during 2012. The project uses solar panels from leading manufacturers, as well as highly efficient inverters.
“We are glad to start active work in the field of solar energy in Ukraine. It is the important stage and practical experience for our group, and we shall try to realize the project with maximum speed and effectiveness. The Ukrainian market will remain the key priority for us at least by the end of 2012”co-founder of AVENSTON and RENTECHNO Dmytro Lukomskyi noted.
Mykola Dzhyga, chairman of the Vinnytsia Regional State Administration, said that the Vinnytsia region became the second region of Ukraine, which began to exploit the sun energy:
“It is a significant step to economic modernization of our region and to the power autonomy achievement. So we as local government officials must do all necessary for regional development of alternative power sources. Implementation of such projects will bring good impact for quality of life in a whole region”Mykola Dzhyga said.
Our company’s specialists developed a technical solution for a solar power plant, selected and organized the supply of equipment, and carried out technical supervision of the construction and final commissioning of the facility. The Israeli company Sunelectra, our strategic partner in the solar energy market in Ukraine, participated in the supply of equipment.
AVENSTON and RENTECHNO Group of Companies activities began in 2007 under the SolarUA brand. The company was engaged in the production of photovoltaic components for investment projects in Ukraine and the USA. In 2010, the RENTECHNO company established to implement general contracts for the construction of solar power plants. After the adoption of the law on the green tariff in 2011, we decided to focus on industrial PV-projects. Over time we start to provide system supplies of equipment for solar stations what was the RENTECHNO PRIME created for. In 2018 the real BOOM of solar energy began. Accepted the challenges of the market, we established a new energy company — AVENSTON, which combined the knowledge, experience, and skills of 10 years of work in the solar energy market of Ukraine.