Renewable energy capacity, a hot spot for foreign investment, has increased by 38% yoy, hitting 1,800 MW
Monday, October 1, 2018

Renewable energy capacity, a hot spot for foreign investment, has increased by 38% yoy, hitting 1,800 MW

Renewable energy capacity, a hot spot for foreign investment, has increased by 38% yoy, hitting 1,800 MW, according to the National Energy and Utilities Regulatory Commission. With solar and wind accounting for 97% of new facilities, 106 MW were commissioned from July to September, 2.4 times the amount during the same period last year. Kherson, a sunny, southern region with windy coastlines, attracted 57% of all renewable investment in the third quarter. Renewable energy accounts for 1.8% of electricity, well short of the official goal of 11% in 2020.

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