The Danish company has built a 19.1 MW solar station in the Zhytomyr region

On December 29, 2018 Hanskaya SPP was commissioned in the Berdichev district of the Zhytomyr region with a capacity of 19.1 MW. The solar power station (SPP) consists of 50 thousand panels. It is assumed that the station will generate about 17 million kWh of electricity per year, which is equivalent to the consumption of about 6,500 thousand households.

The Hanskaya SPP was built by the Danish company Better Energy LLC. The Danish SDG Investment Fund of Denmark has allocated 5 million euros for the project, out of the necessary 17 million euros.

The State Agency for Energy Efficiency and Energy Saving reported that this is the first investment of the fund established last year. Danish SDG Investment Fund is a public-private partnership funded by the government of Denmark and a number of private companies.

In the nearest future, it is expected that a “green” tariff will be established for the station, which will amount to 15.03 eurocents per 1 kWh, its validity period is until January 1, 2030.

Source: reform.energy

 

Tags: renewable energy, solar energy

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