Norway’s Scatec Solar has partnered with Kyiv’s Rengy Development to build three solar plants in Mykolaiv region with a total electricity generating capacity of 47 MW
Friday, July 6, 2018

Norway’s Scatec Solar has partnered with Kyiv’s Rengy Development to build three solar plants in Mykolaiv region with a total electricity generating capacity of 47 MW

Norway’s Scatec Solar has partnered with Kyiv’s Rengy Development to build three solar plants in Mykolaiv region with a total electricity generating capacity of 47 MW, Scatec reports from Oslo. Construction for the EUR 52 million project is to start this year, with commissioning in 2019. Assuming that Scatec and Rengy beat the Dec. 31, 2019 deadline to get the ‘green tariff,’ Scatec will 130 MW of projects under Ukraine’s lucrative feed in tariff. Scatec CEO Raymond Carlsen said after signing the agreement in Kyiv earlier this week: “We see continued strong commitment by the Ukrainian government to secure growth of clean energy in the country.”

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