Accommodation: Lviv region, Sokіl district.
Status: Rent. Land lease for 25 years.
Realization: Sale of lease rights
Land plot area: 50 ha
Land use designation: 14.01 - for the location, construction, operation and maintenance of buildings and construction of power generating facilities, institutions and organizations.
Cadastral numbers: 4624880900:04:000:0500 (land plot 12,5 ha). 4624880900:04:000:0503 (land plot 12,5 ha). 4624880900:04:000:0501 (land plot 12,5 ha). 4624880900:04:000:0502 (land plot 12,5 ha).
Cost: 45 000 Euro / MW
The project is envisaged the construction of a solar power station with the capacity of 9,9 MW. Сadastral number to the land plot - 7322055100: 02: 006: 0003. The land plot area - 18.0141 ha. Purpose - "Lands for the placement, construction, operation and maintenance of buildings and structures of objects of energy-generating enterprises, institutions and organizations" (IEC code 14.01)
The property is state-owned
The Dnipro city landfill was put into operation in 1998. The landfill is located outside the settlement, the sanitary protection zone - 500 m from residential buildings to the MSW warehouse area. Run-offs and reservoirs are absent. Due to the constant transportation of new batches, its total quantity increases by an average of 250 thousand tons per year, as well as gas extraction. After the closure and reclamation of the MSW landfill, the organic part of the solid waste continues to decompose, producing landfill biogas. Basic output data used to calculate:
• The beginning of the introduction of solid waste - 1998;
• Imported in 2017 - 254 thousand tons of solid waste;
• The accumulated amount of solid waste (data in 2017) - 1.0 million tons of solid waste;
• The area of the landfill, occupied by solid waste - 22 hectares.
Forms of cooperation with the investor: a public-private partnership
The project is envisaged the construction of the 16 MW boiler station working on biomass for producing heat energy for all customers (householders and entities) in Teplodar town (population 10150 inhabitants) in Odesa region, Ukraine, on 0,4 ha land plot. Annual heat production -29000 Gcal. Annual fuel consumption - 7000 tons. Distance to the main heat grid is 100 m. Fuel: sunflower pellets; other kinds of biomass. The readiness of the project is 15% (project development, project design, expertise, fencing of the territory, construction of water supply line, earthworks, production of equipment)
The Project foresees heating networks reconstruction and their location optimization. The project scope includes: reconstruction of outdated on-ground and underground pipelines with the total length of 36,7 km in two-pipe measurement: shift from four-pipes to two-pipes heat supply system including DHW pipelines elimination; pipelines are foreseen to be laid mainly underground non-channeled, partially in crawlway assembled armed concrete channels (while approaching buildings’ foundations) and in solid-cast armed concrete channels (on the territories of kindergartens, schools and hospitals). Heating network partially is laid on-ground – towards the existing direction. For underground heating pipelines laying pre-insulated pipes are used (according to DSTU Б В.2.5-31:2007). For underground DHW pipelines laying flexible pre-insulated pipes (PEX-a) are used (according to DSTU Б В.2.5-31:2007). Pre-insulated pipes will be equipped with emergency warning system, status data could be read via SCADA system.
The Project also foresees the application of chamber-free installation of pre-insulated shut-off armature, where it’s possible. Thermal chamber, no more used, are to be rehabilitated. The rehabilitation will improve the quality and sustainability of heat supply services, delivered to the consumers.
The Project embraces: 38 thousands of consumers; 17 educational facilities;
13 kindergartens; 9 medical facilities; 5 social facilities; 51 other consumers
In Zaporizhzhia, a mini-hydroelectric power plant was built on the bed of the Kapustyanka River. It will generate 2.1 million kWh of electricity annually.
The main goal of the project involves a creation of the first non-volatile sports complex in Ukraine, where the generated electricity will cover all costs of maintenance of Chernigiv Arena and the solar station itself. The project implementation will allow producing the required amount of electricity, which will fully cover all expenses and continue to develop the only sports complex of this scale in the region of the country.
Wind farm in Primorsk with a capacity of 200 MW is DTEK Renewables second project in the wind power industry. The company plans to complete the construction of the wind electricity plant stage I in 2018. In early 2019 Primorskaya WEP will be connected to the United Energy Systems of Ukraine and begin generating green energy. Two stages of Primorskaya WEP, 100 MW each, are scheduled for commissioning in 2020. Supply, installation, and maintenance of 3-megawatt wind turbines for Primorskaya WEP will be provided by General Electric. The wind farm will produce 650 to 700 million kW·h of green energy a year. Resulting from the operation of the Primorsk WEP, CO2 emissions into the atmosphere will be reduced by 600-700 thousand tonnes annually, due to the decrease in a load of traditional generation facilities.
Boryslavska Solar Power Station was commissioned in March, 2019. 30,8 thousand solar panels are installed within 16,8-hectare area.
Installed capacity equals 8,5 MW
Annual production of electric energy - 8,745 million kWh