An American company and a Lithuanian company plan to build two wind power plants in Odesa region, for a total investment of $317 million
Tuesday, July 10, 2018

An American company and a Lithuanian company plan to build two wind power plants in Odesa region, for a total investment of $317 million

An American company and a Lithuanian company plan to build two wind power plants in Odesa region, for a total investment of $317 million. Ukraine Power Resources, the American company, and Yuzhne Energy, the Lithuanian, intend to build plants with installed capacities of 120 and 72 MW, respectively, in Liman district, about one hour northeast of Odesa city, the Regional Administration announces. With the preferential green tariff expiring in 18 months, investors are racing to get their projects up and running before the deadline.

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