Ukraine's city of Bucha to host large green industrial zone

May 22, 2023 01:15 PM ET
  • 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.
Ukraine's city of Bucha to host large green industrial zone

Hynfra announced on Friday it has actually entered into letters of intent (LoIs) with Japanese innovation supplier Tsubame BHB Corporation and also Ukrainian engineering company UTEM for the execution of this project.

The partners intend to develop the complex on 3,000 hectares (7,413 acres) of land. It will certainly include solar as well as wind parks, hydrogen and also ammonia manufacturing plants, along with centers for the storage of ammonia and oxygen. Tomoho Umeda, CEO of Hynfra, noted that the firm is developing a similar concept in Sanok, Poland.

"This will be the very first such project in Ukraine. It's tactically important from the point of view of our power independence as well as will make sure that our city has its very own alternative power resources," commented Anatoliy Fedoruk, mayor of Bucha, that witnessed the signing of the documents.

A press statement claims that the project's objectives are presently being prepared which this will be followed by a feasibility research study.

Bucha, located in the Kyiv region, is launching a procedure of intensive recuperation as it endured huge losses, both in terms of civilian casualties as well as facilities, last spring throughout the initial months of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

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