The Cabinet of Ministers approved the list of priority investment projects for the period until 2023

The Ministry of Energy of Ukraine reports that the Cabinet of Ministers approved a list of priority investment projects for the state until 2023 at a meeting on November 18.

The list includes 13 energy projects:

  • Creation of a data center at the NPP facilities of the State Enterprise NNEGC Energoatom;
  • Completion of the construction of Tashlyk PSP;
  • The second stage of reconstruction of the hydroelectric power station;
  • Construction of the third stage of Dnistrovska PSPP consisting of three hydroelectric units;
  • Construction of Kakhovska HPP-2;
  • Construction of Kanivska PSPP;
  • Installation of hybrid systems for the production of electricity at JSC Ukrhydroenergo;
  • Slavyanska TPP of Donbasenergo PJSC;
  • Reconstruction of the power unit No.6 with division into power units No.6b and No.6a with a capacity of 330 MW each;
  • Construction of power units No.3, 4 of Khmelnytskyi NPP;
  • New construction of substation 330 kV Slobozhanska, Kharkiv region;
  • New construction of OHL 330 kV Dnistrovska PSPP –750 kV Vinnytsia substation, Vinnytsia and Chernivtsi regions;
  • Construction of 330 kV Novoodeska - Artsiz overhead line with the replacement of AT-2 at 330 kV Artsiz substation;
  • New construction of a double-circuit overhead line 330 kV Kurakhivska TPP-Bilytska, Donetsk region.

It is noted that these projects can be implemented with international investors' involvement, at the expense of credit funds, international technical assistance, on the terms of public-private partnership.

Earlier, the Ministry of Energy announced how they would pay off debts on the electricity market.

Tags: The Cabinet of Ministers, legislation, electricity market, investments, infrastructure, Shmyhal, The Ministry of Energy

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