As investors race to beat the deadline for end of Ukraine’s lucrative ‘green tariffs,’ 110 MW of new solar and wind energy stations were commissioned from April to June, almost twice the amount of the same period last year
Friday, June 29, 2018

As investors race to beat the deadline for end of Ukraine’s lucrative ‘green tariffs,’ 110 MW of new solar and wind energy stations were commissioned from April to June, almost twice the amount of the same period last year

As investors race to beat the deadline for end of Ukraine’s lucrative ‘green tariffs,’ 110 MW of new solar and wind energy stations were commissioned from April to June, almost twice the amount of the same period last year. Projects commissioned by next fall are to get several years of Ukraine’s electricity tariffs for solar and wind, among the world’s highest. According to the National Commission for Energy Regulation and Utilities, Ukraine (outside of Crimea) has 1,643 MW of renewable installed capacity: solar — 947.5 MW; wind — 515 MW; small hydro — 96 MW; biomass 44 MW; and biogas – 41 MW. Overall, renewable’s energy in electricity production in Ukraine is 1.9%, while its share in the total cost of electricity is 8.5%.

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