Building starts on 200MWh Fluence BESS projects in Lithuania for 2022 conclusion
part of a larger press to synchronise and link the grids of Baltic states and Ukraine with European grids, partially in order to make them independent of Russian
Jun 30, 2022 // Storage, Blockchain, Ukraine, Europe, investment, lithium-ion, Lithuania, EU, Fluence, Siemens Energy, renewables integration
Ukraine’s comedian-turned-president gets behind domestic solar
Ukraine’s recently elected president has rubberstamped new legislation designed to promote domestic solar via special tariffs. Comedian Volodymyr Zelensky, voted into Ukraine’s top office at presidential polls in April, signed on Tuesday a new law setting out the conditions for solar production by private homes. The text was amended over the summer to ensure rooftop and façade PV installations of up to 30kW can sell the electricity they produce at so-called green tariffs. The law sets out the various prices private homes can expect to receive all the way to 2030, based on their size and whether their technology makeup is standalone PV, wind or a mix of both. In Ukraine, the presidential blessing to domestic PV comes as the country gains international standing as an upcoming market-to-be for utility-scale developments. The current pipeline includes a raft of solar projects by Scatec Solar – which last July claimed to have 336MW under construction – Acciona and UDP Renewables. The Eastern European state was home last year to 2GW in installed PV capacity, according to IRENA, but is now expected by Wood Mackenzie to install 6.6GW between 2019 and 2024. By the latter year, according to the consultancy’s estimates, Ukraine should have become one of a score of solar “growth engines” worldwide as it rolls out 1-5GW every year. Approached by this publication, developers on the ground see potential in the country’s shift from feed-in tariffs to deregulated auctions, with some expecting it to follow a reverse approach. Speaking to PV Tech in late May, TIU Canada CEO Michael Yurkovich praised the country’s strong irradiation levels and industrial roots, noting however issues around grid congestion.
Aug 7, 2019 // Tariffs, Policy, Ukraine, Europe, small-scale pv, small-scale solar, domestic pv, domestic solar, policy and regulation, policy changes, eastern europe
Scatec's solar-storage project endures blow in S Africa, 2021 target missed out on
Scatec decided not to move forward with 166 MW of projects in Brazil and Ukraine, claiming that "projected margins as well as returns fall listed below the
Oct 1, 2021 // Plants, Storage, Africa, South Africa, solar-plus-storage project, Scatec ASA
Ukrainian staff plans renewables drive
of culture, along with international power as well as advancement trends in Ukraine. Over the following 10 years, DTEK will concentrate on the gas production
Dec 24, 2020 // Markets & Finance News, Policy, Ukraine, DTEK, Europe, Maxim Timchenko
Seraphim signs 1-GW solar module supply take care of Rodina
is a Ukraine-based company of design, procurement and building and construction (EPC), and also operations as well as upkeep (O&M) services for the solar
Jun 4, 2021 // Manufacturing News, Markets & Finance News, PV module, seraphim, Rodina
Poland's Unimot raises PV panels output 3-fold to 45 MW
for the European market because the pandemic as well as the battle in Ukraine have actually shown the advantages of local suppliers in terms of shipment
Feb 8, 2023 // Manufacturing News, Poland, Europe, PV panel, Unimot
ReneSola Forms JV to Establish 3 GW Solar PV Manufacturing Facility
actually authorized a long-lasting partnership agreement for collaboration in Ukraine and also other nearby countries. According to the Partnership, Avenston will
Sep 8, 2020 // Manufacturing News, China, Asia, modules, renesola, International, Sky Wang, zheng lei
The Netherlands Prompts Cuts In power Consumption To Reduce Russian Influence
purpose to reduce its dependence on Russia thinking about the Russian-Ukraine conflict. The western European nation was importing regarding 15 per cent of
Jul 5, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, Europe, Netherlands, European Union, Dutch Regulations, petajoules, power consumers, power sector, Russia Ukraine war, Russian oil and gas
Poland to subsidise PV installations on multi-family buildings
energy safety and security amid the market dilemma set off by the attack on Ukraine, preacher Waldemar Buda said. Since 2017 Poland has seen a dynamic boost in
Dec 29, 2022 // Residential, Rooftop PV, Poland, Europe
CWP Europe acquires 134-MW solar project in Romania
it has developments in Serbia, Bulgaria, Albania, Moldova, Montenegro, Ukraine as well as Bosnia as well as
Mar 14, 2023 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Europe, Romania, Solar Project, CWP Europe
Green Genius safeguards EUR 20m in funding for solar projects in Spain, Italy
Genius carried out a varied series of solar energy projects in Lithuania, Ukraine, Poland as well as Belarus, according to its internet site. Presently, the
Oct 25, 2021 // Markets & Finance News, Spain, Italy, Europe, Green Genius, Rokas Bancevicius
Croatian furniture maker Sobocan to invest 55 mln kuna (7.3 mln euro) by end-2024
claimed. The firm's primary exports markets are Germany, Austria, Slovenia, Ukraine. It also exports to consumers in Africa and also
Apr 27, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, Sobocan
EU intending one-year renewable permits in 'go-to locations' as it steps up change preparation
procedure as part of a new renewables strategy following Russia's invasion of Ukraine, with a host of profession bodies and also business calling for reform to the
May 11, 2022 // Policy, Europe, European Union, european commission, renewables, permitting
Europe to rollout nearly 40GW of solar PV by end of 2022 in record year for deployment
27GW, itself a decade-long setup record. Complying with Russia's invasion of Ukraine, and also the succeeding rise in power rates it has created, European federal
Jul 21, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, pv power plants, Europe, SolarPower Europe, european energy, european commission, european solar, REPowerEU, russian gas
Scatec Solar amasses US$140m-plus in private placement raise
a summer of global growth for the Norwegian developer. It switched on 47MW in Ukraine, 65MW of capacity in Egypt, 40MW in Mozambique and 66MW in Malaysia in July
Sep 25, 2019 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Markets & Finance News, Scatec, Malaysia, Ukraine, pv power plants, Europe, Asia, Africa, Egypt, mozmbique, Norway

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