Tavanska-2 solar power station is completed

Our group of companies continues to delight with new projects. At the end of January 2018 in the city of Berislav, the Kherson region, the first photovoltaic solar power plant Tavanska-2 with installed capacity of solar modules of 8.2 MW was put into operation. The construction of the facility was completed in autumn 2017, but the need for substantial reconstruction of external electrical grids and local 10/35/150 kV substation delayed the launch of the solar power plant. Rentechno performed all work on this facility, starting with obtaining all land permits up to the green tariff.

The construction of the solar power plant lasted 6 months. During this period, about 100 residents of the city of Berislav and nearby villages received jobs. The project was made possible thanks to the well-coordinated cooperation of local authorities, investors and engineers of our group of companies. By the end of 2018, the company is going to commission two other solar power plants with a total installed capacity of 13.5 MW. Dmytro Lukomskyi, co-founder of Rentechno, remarked: “The station’s components are a product of foreign and Ukrainian manufacturers. We have designed this solar power plant using SMA on-grid inverters and high-efficiency polycrystalline silicon modules.

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