In the village of Old Ushitsa the construction of a solar power plant with a capacity of 10 MW has begun.
SPP will be located on the southern slope of the village, because the land there is not suitable for agricultural production. The solar plant will occupy 10 hectares of land.
“For the implementation of the “solar”project a lot of effort were put, the report says. “The Chairman of OTG, Anatoliy Timchuk, decided to develop renewable energy, which is able to fill the community budget and attract potential investors”.
Taking into account the requirements of the territory fastening systems and construction solutions that will allow placing the technological equipment of the power plant were specially developed.
Construction is planned to be completed by the end of summer, and in the fall to begin electricity supply to the power grid of Ukraine.
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