DTEK restarts procedures at Tryfonivska solar farm

Jan 13, 2023 12:35 PM ET
  • The site endured damage as a result of the ongoing Russian invasion of Ukraine
DTEK restarts procedures at Tryfonivska solar farm
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Ukrainian energy investor DTEK has actually reported that the Tryfonivska solar farm has actually returned to providing power to the nation's grid.

Presently, the volume of electrical power created by the station does not surpass 15% of its installed capacity of 10MW.

The station quit producing after its terrirtory was occupied under the ongoing Russian invasion.

DTEK has actually asserted that the station was damaged by Russian shelling as well as burglary of photovoltaic panels.

As a result of preliminary inspections, concerning 20% of the solar panels were impacted. On top of that, the driver of the circulation system - Khersonoblenergo - likewise has certain restrictions on approving a larger amount of electricity as a result of the damage to the grid.

DTEK Renewables continues to analyze the station, as the entire area has not yet been inspected by minesweepers for mines or other eruptive substances.

Oleksandr Selishchev, CEO of DTEK Renewables stated: "We are grateful to the Armed Forces of Ukraine that the Ukrainian flag is flying once again on the territory of the Tryfonivska SPP.

" We are exerting so that the station can run at 70% capacity by the start of spring. Because it is green energy in times of battle that is an extremely important element of Ukraine's energetical independence as well as safety."

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