The power plant is located on the roofs of a mink farm in the village of Studenyki. The capacity of the solar station is 12.4 MW.
It will provide environmentally friendly electricity to 150 thousand households of Kyiv region. The station will supply about 15 million kWh per year. According to experts, thanks to the work of the new solar power plant, CO2 emissions into the atmosphere will be reduced by 15 thousand tons per year.
“Our specialists conducted all the necessary studies and concluded that solar panels can be placed on the roofs of buildings on the farm, which additionally protect animals from high temperatures, thereby improving the well-being of mink on the farm. So, in a European way, we combined farming with green energy”, says farm director Olexander Klimets.
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