Norway’s NBT plans to build on the shores of Lake Svyash, facing Crimea, a wind farm with a capacity of 250-330 MW
Thursday, August 9, 2018

Norway’s NBT plans to build on the shores of Lake Svyash, facing Crimea, a wind farm with a capacity of 250-330 MW

Norway’s NBT plans to build on the shores of Lake Svyash, facing Crimea, a wind farm with a capacity of 250-330 MW, the Oslo company reports on its website. This would cost at least $430 million. In April, NBT acquired Kherson’s Syvashenergoprom LLC, a Ukrainian company operating a 3 MW wind farm operating 18 wind power turbines on the site. For the larger project, the company has leased 1,320 hectares, has secured a grid connection agreement with Ukrenergo, and has a license to generate renewable energy under the green feed-in-tariff regime, valid until Jan. 1, 2030. In May, NBT opened an office in Kyiv. The company has investments in two wind farms in Inner Mongolia and an agreement to build 1,000 MW of wind power plants in China.

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