Donbasenergo attracted an experienced qualified consultant —EY, one of the world's largest international companies providing audit, consulting, tax and legal services, to accompany the project for the construction of the 6th power unit of Slavyanska TPP. This was reported by the press service.
The company will support the process of obtaining the state guarantee of Ukraine for the project, improve the financial performance of the project, as well as support in the negotiation process with the Bank of China.
Currently, the contracting company Dongfang Electric International Corporation (Chengdu, Sichuan province) is evaluating the feasibility study of the investment project in the Bank of China with the aim of obtaining financing for the construction of new power units at the Slavyanska TPP – 6 A і 6 V with a capacity of 330 MW every.
“The goal of the project is to increase the efficiency of the TPP, extend its service life by 40 years, burn low-grade, low-calorie coal and generate “clean” electricity in accordance with European environmental standards”, the company said.
In addition, with the construction of power unit No.6, new capacities will be created in the energy-deficient region with developed infrastructure, and the Ukrainian energy system will receive additional shunting capacities.
The new power unit will meet all the technical requirements of ENTSO-E, the environmental requirements of Ukrainian legislation and the requirements of European environmental directives.
In December 2018, Donbasenergo entered into an agreement for $684 million with a Chinese company for the reconstruction of Slavyanska TPP.
Earlier it was reported that the Supervisory Board of Donbasenergo in 2019 had agreed on a contract signed with the Chinese company Dongfang Electric International Corporation for the reconstruction of Unit No.6 of Slavyanska TPP and its division into 6 A and 6 V of 330 MW each.
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