Three Solar PV-projects fulfillment

The team of AVENSTON and RENTECHNO started a general contract for the design and construction of three new solar power plants in the central and southern regions of Ukraine with a total capacity of 10.5 MW. We plan to commission the facilities before the end of 2012. The total installed capacity of projects in our portfolio is 14 MW.

The company’s specialists plan to complete the development of project documentation by the end of June, all the necessary permits for construction have already collected. The project will use polycrystalline solar modules fixed on metal structures. Inverters (central or linear) select depending on the size of a particular project. All three PV-plants will connect to the grid.

Our company decided to expand its presence in the regions. Soon we will open a branch of the company in Kherson, which will allow controlling better the quality of the services provided.

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The AVENSTON and RENTECHNO Group of Companies began its activities in the Ukrainian solar energy market in 2007 under the SolarUA brand. We produced photovoltaic components for projects in Ukraine and the USA. Since 2010 RENTECHNO was established and began to carry out general contracts for the design and construction of solar power plants. After the adoption of the law on the green tariff in 2011, our company focused on the implementation of industrial power projects. Later we founded RENTECHNO PRIME, which was engaged in the supply of equipment for the construction of PV facilities. In 2018, solar energy began its actively develop in Ukraine, so the new energy company AVENSTON took on all-new challenges, combining the experience and skills of ten years of work in the field of renewable energy.

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