Wednesday, March 22
Canadian companies plan to break ground this spring on a major solar plant in government-controlled Luhansk.
Tuesday, March 26, 2019
Canadian companies plan to break ground this spring on a major solar plant in government-controlled Luhansk. PV Solar news site has described the project as a 150 MW, US$180 million solar farm in Rubizhne, 50 km north of the front line. After meeting with Desmond Burke, director of Lugansk Solar (Canada) Inc., and David Angus, the senior partner of the Capital Hill Group, Yuriy Klymenko, deputy head of regional administration, said: “The project, which will be implemented in Luhansk region with the support of Canadian companies, has strategic importance for our region.” Last month, Rada Member Hanna Hopko said the plant will be built by a Canadian consortium: Capital Hill Group, DAI, and GoldLeaf EGF.