Мета проекту: скорочення витрат міського бюджету шляхом зменшення споживання енергоресурсів та, як наслідок, зменшення шкідливих викидів в навколишнє середовище. Результат впровадження проекту: система енергетичного менеджменту впроваджена для 50 будівель 39 бюджетних установ і працює в автоматизованому режимі з вересня 2016 року
The essence of the project:
Construction of a hydroelectric power station (HPP) for the purpose of electricity production. The sale of the produced volumes of electricity is carried out in the Wholesale Electricity Market at the "green" tariff.
Brief description of the project:
The hydroelectric power station is located in the village of Zolota Lipa (Tlumach district, Ivano-Frankivsk oblast) on the river Golden Lipa. At the hydroelectric power station, two vertical turbines are installed. The station is in automatic mode. The control system provides the automatic start, stop and emergency shutdown of the HPP.
Basic technical characteristics of the hydroelectric power plant:
Pressure H = 3 m
Water discharge Q = 4-8 m3 / s
Generator: asynchronous AG, P = 200 kW, U = 0.4 kV, n = 1000 rpm.
Hydraulic turbine: vertical propeller
The construction works of the SPP with a capacity of 17.8 MW in Zhovti Vody district have already been completed recently. Voltage Group has been involved to the project and contractor of performing all civil, mechanical and electrical works on the site. A plant has been commissioned and already generate energy which Customer is selling by the “green” tariff. This SPP is one the most powerful plants in the region. The area of the station is 30.5 hectares. Its generates power of the volume enough to provide energy for approximately 3,000 households! This project also has created jobs for the local employees. A Station of such capacity requires reliable security and service personnel
In the framework of the project it is envisaged the reconstruction of the power system of the Palace of Sports roof by installing a roof PV station. The roof area is 480 m2. In the framework of the project it is envisaged the installation of three roof PV stations: on the roof of the specialized school of I-III degrees № 4 (project's link https://uamap.org.ua/en/pv-station-installation-on-the-specialized-school-of-i-iii-degrees-n-4-roof), on the Palace of Sports roof and on the Center for Culture and Leisure (project's link https://uamap.org.ua/en/pv-station-installation-on-the-center-for-culture-and-leisure) in Dobropillia. The total investment for the three projects is 202 974 euro
The «Clean Energy City» project is an international network of ultra-modern residential complexes with their own service environment and ecosystem. These complexes integrate the latest knowledge and technologies necessary to achieve the main human values: health, environmental friendliness, security, comfort, and independence. The project is created to improve the state of the environment and significantly increase the duration and quality of peoples’ lives. «Clean Energy Cities» are automated, autonomous and environmentally friendly. They are built of environmentally friendly, energy-efficient materials, provide themselves with clean energy, organic food, and drinking water, care about the air quality and health of residents, use electric transport and robotics, apply artificial intelligence for data
analysis and component management, creating the most effective, comfortable and safe living environment. More information is attached
In Odessa, solar panels were installed on the roof of an apartment building at 114, Captain Kuznetsov Street.
Construction of a solar power plant with a capacity of 5 MW. This project can be expanded up to 15 MW of capacity. A land plot of 30.5 hectares is owned by the Farm "Pavlin 2009". During 2018 the technical conditions for connection to the electric grid, as well as urban planning conditions were issued. Commissioning is expected in 2019
The Danish SDG Investment Fund and the Danish renewable energy company Better Energy are supporting the Ukrainian strategy and SDG 7 “Affordable and Clean Energy” by investing in Ganska, a 19.1-megawatt solar park located in the Zhytomyr region in central Ukraine. When connected to the national grid, the 59,000 solar modules at Ganska will produce renewable energy equivalent to the consumption of close to 6,500 households and will reduce CO2 emissions by 8,000 tons annually. Repayment of the investment will be based on a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with the Ukrainian authorities.
Denmark’s SDG Investment Fund has invested DKK 37 million (USD 5.7m/EUR 5m) in this 19.1MW photovoltaic (PV) project, developed by domestic solar power producer Better Energy A/S
SPP Kamenetska, with a capacity of 2.9 MW, received the feed-in tariff on October 10, 2013
Capacity: 7 MW.
Land plot area: 12 ha.
Accommodation: Dnepropetrovsk region, Mezhyrich
Stages of construction: the solar power plant was built in 3 stages for an earlier return on investment.
Start of generation: 12.2018.
Inverter capacity 7 MW.
Panel capacity 8.2 MW.
The total investment is almost $ 6 million.
Type of works:
Development of the design documentation;
Supply of power and switchboard equipment;
Construction and installation works;
Connection of the constructed SPS to the grid;
Member registration in WEM and feed-in tariff approval;
Service maintenance of SPS.
Cost: 8 400 000 $