Monday, May 31, 2021

DTEK’s Tiligulska wind power project, with a capacity of 126 MW, is under construction this summer and should produce power next year

, DTEK reports. Located in southwest Mykolaiv, the project is largely financed with money from a green Eurobond that DTEK issued in the fall of 2019. If the government catches up with overdue payments to wind and solar producers, DTEK could proceed with plans to increase the Tiligulska plant 4.5 times, to 564 MW, for a total of $640 million, Maris Kunickis, CEO of DTEK Renewables, said in March 2021.

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Denmark’s Vestas Wind Systems A/S is making the turbines for the DTEK project and for a project by YUFB Engineering in Ternopil.

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Bechtel Corporation, the largest construction company in the US, signed a memorandum of cooperation on Friday with Ukravtodor on construction of the 150-km Kyiv Bypass Road.

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