DTEK Restores Ukrainian PV Plant Ravaged by Russian Shelling
DTEK Renewables have successfully restored the Niko Solar power plant in the Mykolaiv region of Ukraine, despite heavy damage from Russian shelling. They also restored the Trifonivskaya solar plant to 100% capacity within a few weeks. Oleksandr Selishchev, CEO of DTEK Renewables, is committed to providing energy supply and security for the region.
Aug 2, 2023 // Plants, Ukraine, DTEK, Europe
Ukraine's city of Bucha to host large green industrial zone
Polish hydrogen innovations integrator Hynfra is leading a team that plans to construct a green industrial zone in the Ukrainian city of Bucha in a drive to help it achieve energy independence through the production of renewable energy, green hydrogen as well as ammonia.
May 22, 2023 // Plants, Ukraine, Europe, Bucha
Enel donates solar panels to Ukraine
The 2MW batch is the initial commitment under a European effort
Mar 3, 2023 // Markets & Finance News, Ukraine, Enel, Europe, solar panel
Ukraine's DTEK resumes work with wind project, restores solar park
Ukrainian power group DTEK has restored the operation of a 10-MW solar park in Kherson as well as resumed the building service a wind project, president Maxim Timchenko stated on Friday.
Feb 27, 2023 // Plants, Ukraine, DTEK, Europe
Kyiv Mayor: city receives 2 solar energy plants from French partners
The city of Kyiv obtained 2 solar energy plants from the French maker of photovoltaic panels Roy Group Energy as humanitarian help, the press service of Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko has reported.
Feb 13, 2023 // Plants, France, Ukraine, Europe, PV Power Plant
Ukraine and EU Launch Solar Energy Program for Households and Communities
Ukraine and the European Commission have opened joint consultations to launch a large-scale program of solar energy production by households and communities with the EU. Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal emphasized the importance of the EU's readiness to support Ukraine's efforts to implement the Peace Formula.
Feb 3, 2023 // Markets & Finance News, Ukraine, Europe, european commission
DTEK, developers discuss resuming renewables construction in Ukraine
Ukrainian energy team DTEK is holding talks with renewable energy programmers to resume building deal with various solar and also wind farms in the country, according to president Maxim Timchenko.
Jan 30, 2023 // Markets & Finance News, Ukraine, DTEK, Europe
DTEK restarts procedures at Tryfonivska solar farm
The site endured damage as a result of the ongoing Russian invasion of Ukraine
Jan 13, 2023 // Plants, Ukraine, DTEK, Europe, Tryfonivska solar farm, Oleksandr Selishchev
Ukraine lost concerning 90% of wind and more than 40% of solar electricity generation facilities - Energy Ministry
As a result of the Russian invasion, Ukraine lost about 90% of its wind as well as more than 40% of its solar power generation facilities.
Jan 6, 2023 // Markets & Finance News, Ukraine, Europe, Herman Halushchenko
Solar energy in Europe 'growing rapidly' considering that War in Ukraine
New evaluation from Statkraft predicts a typical yearly boost in between 45GW and also 52GW in the direction of 2030
Oct 25, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, Ukraine, Europe, Statkraft
Why Clean Energy's Corporate Patrons Are Purchasing Much Less This Year
Russia's battle in Ukraine, rising cost of living as well as skyrocketing power costs have cooled down procurement. There's one gigantic exception: Amazon.
Sep 8, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, Ukraine, Amazon, Europe, Asia, Russia
Two-thirds Of New Renewable Power In 2021 Cheaper Than Cheapest Coal In G20: IRENA
Renewable Power Generation Costs in 2021, released by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) has actually stated that practically two-thirds or 163 gigawatts (GW) of recently set up renewable power in 2021 was more affordable than the globe's cheapest power plants, the resource of which was coal, in the G20 countries.
Jul 14, 2022 // Market Research, Ukraine, Europe, IRENA, net-zero, paris agreement, fossil fuel, Carbon credit, Coal and Natural gas, Cost of Renewable, G20, Macroeconomic damage
Trade bodies require renewables-led recovery for Ukraine
European and also Ukrainian solar trade associations have actually called for Ukraine's post-war recovery to be based upon renewable resource, urging the nation's leaders to set a target of at the very least 50% of renewables in electrical energy manufacturing by 2030.
Jul 6, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, Ukraine, rooftop, Europe, SolarPower Europe, European Union, Kadri Simson, windeurope, energy security, Solar Energy Association of Ukraine
Building starts on 200MWh Fluence BESS projects in Lithuania for 2022 conclusion
Building has started on the initial of four battery energy storage space systems (BESS) amounting to 200MW/200MWh from worldwide system integrator Fluence in Lithuania.
Jun 30, 2022 // Storage, Blockchain, Ukraine, Europe, investment, lithium-ion, Lithuania, EU, Fluence, Siemens Energy, renewables integration
War presses Ukraine to deploy solar
New small-capacity solar energy plants are being created in Ukraine to prevent blackouts, which is helping businesses to stay afloat amid alarming economic conditions.
Jun 22, 2022 // Plants, TESLA, Ukraine, Europe, PV Power Plant, War, Olga Sukhopara