On September 13, 2018, Gelikon-C, LLC was commissioned IV stage of solar power plant with the capacity of 4,037 MW in the village of Vynogradove. The annual generation of electric energy - 4,077 mln KWh per year
In 2019, Biogas-Ukraine commissioned the first stage of the biogas-energy complex for electricity generation. The gas generators made by Austrian company Jenbacher are installed as power generating equipment. Each engine is capable of producing 1,067 MW of electric energy and 1,202 MW of thermal energy. At the moment two engines are installed, and by the end of 2019, one engine will still be installed.
In 2020, it is planned to install the last 4th engine, then the maximum thermal power will be 4,8MW. This project involves the construction of a heat supply network for the transportation of heat energy to the district heating system of the Shevchenko branch of the Misky Teplovi Merezhi (City Heating Grids) company in Zaporizhzhya city.
In the framework of the project it is envisaged the reconstruction of the power system of the hospital's outbuilding by installing a roof PV station. The roof area is 1224 m2. In the framework of the project it is envisaged the installation of three roof PV stations: on general secondary education school № 7 roof (project's link https://uamap.org.ua/en/pv-station-installation-on-the-general-secondary-education-school-n-7-roof), on Children's Art House "Joy (Radist)" roof (project's link https://uamap.org.ua/en/pv-station-installation-on-the-childrens-art-house-joy-radist-roof), on hospital's outbuilding roof in Novogrodivka. The total investment for the three projects is 145 220 euro
Eurocape Ukraine 1 (Eurocape Ukraine I LLC) has built a wind farm with a total capacity of 98 MW in the Azov district of Zaporizhia region. According to the company, $ 400 million was invested in the construction of the wind farm. The company began construction of the plant in May 2020. EDS-Engineering, Electrum, Winner Construction and Power Construction Corporation of China took part in the construction. The planned useful supply of electricity is 325.500 million kWh/year. Commissioning of the facility - April 7, 2021
Accommodation: Dnipropetrovsk region, Mezhivskyi district, Mezhova.
Status: Rent. Land lease for 49 years.
Realization: Sale of lease rights.
Land plot area: 18,5621 ha.
Land use designation: 14.01 - for the location, construction, operation and maintenance of buildings and construction of power generating facilities, institutions and organizations. 9.9 MW technical specification project is under approval by DTEK.
Cadastral numbers: 1222655100:03:002:1011;
Cost: 350 000 Euro
The purpose of the project:
The hydroelectric power plant (HPP) construction is aimed at electricity production. Sales of electricity produced are carried out in the Wholesale market of electricity according to the “green” tariff.
Brief project description:
Novoshytska HPP is located in the Novoshychi village, Drohobych raion, Lviv oblast.
The installed capacity of the facility is 0.12 MW.
The project is foreseen the construction of the Biomass Power Plant with a total capacity of 7.4 MW (1st stage) at 10 ha land plot in the town of Gorodnya, Chernihiv region for the further electricity sell at the feed-in tariff. If necessary, it is possible to build another two stages each of 7.4 MW. The main fuel is wood chips. The project is ready for implementation
ICU and VR Capital Group have announced the opening of the second-largest power plant in Ukraine with a capacity of 64MW. The power plant is situated in the Kamianets-Podilskyi district of the Khmelnytskyi region, in the village of Panovtsy. The solar power plant is a joint-venture by ICU, independent asset management, private equity, and investment advisory firm specializing in Central and Eastern Europe and VR Capital Group, an alternative asset manager specializing in global emerging markets. The plant has been commissioned by Podilskenergo and represents an investment in materials and construction of approximately US$55m. The peak capacity of the plant is 63.8MW and the plant will generate approximately 68,200 MW/H of clean energy per year. The electricity generated will supply one-third of all the households in Kamianets-Podilskyi city and will help decrease carbon emissions by 67,000 tonnes annually. The plant is one of the largest foreign direct investment projects in Ukraine and will assist in the nation’s transition to renewable energy, including meeting Ukraine’s pledge to, by 2030, reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by at least 40 percent from 1990 levels in accordance with the 2015 Paris accord. The power plant will provide full-time employment to 45 workers. In addition, Podilskenergo will also allocate UAH2.6m to the village budget for rent and will become the biggest tax contributor to the local community. These funds will be spent on funding the local community’s welfare and social needs
Vinnytsia region is located in Central Ukraine, on the right bank of the Dnieper within the Podolsk Upland. Vinnytsia region lies within the forest-steppe zone. The soil is mostly podzolic (about 65%). In the north-east of the region chernozems predominate, in the central part - gray, dark gray, light gray, in the south-east and in Transnistria - deep chernozems and podzolic soils. More than 70% of the region's territory is plowed.
According to the data provided by the State Geocadastre, as of January 1, 2021, there are 4,964 hectares of land in need of conservation in Vinnytsia region, including: degraded lands - 161.72 hectares; unproductive lands - 4,795.82 hectares; man-made contaminated lands - 6.84 hectares. Currently, the region consists of 27 administrative-territorial districts. Presence of degraded, unproductive and technogenic contaminated lands in terms of administrative-territorial units in additional files