Dutch company Bontrup plans to invest €50 million in ‘green’ energy project in the Chornobyl exclusion zone

Thursday, June 17, 2021

, the Economy Ministry has report. Over the investment cycle the project could grow to €1.5 billion, providing jobs for 10,000 workers, the Ministry said. With projects in 25 countries, Amsterdam-based Bontrup says of its mission: “We innovate with nature to create new opportunities for sustainable infrastructures, offshore developments, logistics and agricultural production.”

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