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Vindkraft Ukraina is suspending plans to build a 200 MW wind farm in Kherson region this year, because “nobody is funding…everything is in limbo

,” Carl Sturen, company CEO, told Interfax-Ukraine after Wednesday’s press conference. If adopted, the excise tax would cost Vindkraft €3 million a year, he estimated. With the changing rules and mounting debts, he said he is “constantly” renegotiating loans with banks.

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