A 100 MW wind electric plant, powered by GE turbines, should be connected to the national grid in coming weeks. Located on the north shores of the Azov, the Primorskaya project in Zaporizhia is the first half of a 200 MW plant built by DTEK Renewables. GE is supplying European-made, high-voltage equipment for the substations and central power distribution station. According to Power Technology news site, this first phase is largely financed by a €90 million, 10-year syndicated loan guaranteed by Euler Hermes, the German export credit agency. Led by Bayerische Landesbank, the syndicate includes KfW IPEX-Bank, AKA, and Bremer Kreditbank.