Kropyvnytskyi: beginning of construction for the station

In June 2019, Avenston began construction of an industrial solar power plant with a capacity of 3.166 MW with a total land area of ​​6 hectares. Commissioning of this construction facility is expected by the end of 2019.

 

Specifications:

  • The solar power plant is designed using high-quality Chinese photovoltaic modules ZNSHINE and German SMA solar inverters.
  • The total area for the construction of power plants is 6 hectares.
  • The solar power plant is expected to produce 3,864 MWh / year of electricity.
  • The connection of the construction facility to the network will be made according to the voltage class of 10 kV.

 

In this project, our company acts as a developer of project documentation and the general contractor, and also performs all the work to commissioning the facility and obtaining a “green” tariff according to the contract.

Cooperative Solar Farms

People interested in harvesting the sun’s energy, can now participate in a unique program – the Sol Partners Cooperative Solar Farm. One of the major advantages of the program is that United Power will maintain the solar farm – the customer only pays for the cost of the panel. It is anticipated that one 210 watt panel will produce about a 3% return on its investment or approximately $32 per year in electricity credits.
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Bioenergy: Past, Present and Future

Bioenergy plays an important role in many low carbon development scenarios and can be particularly useful in long haul transport where alternative energy sources are not available. The expanded role of bioenergy is still under consideration, and sometimes disputes over the sustainability of production and use.
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Renewable energies — invest and trade in Ukraine

Avenston analyzes some perspectives and plans for cooperation within alternative energy sectors of Ukraine for foreign companies and mentions main challenges that could be faced while cooperating with Ukrainian colleagues during PV projects development.
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FIT in Ukraine

Green tariff was officially entered in Ukraine in 2009. The main obligation of the state was to buy back all amount of electric power, generated with the use of renewable energy sources (RES)
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