Clean energy body UARE slams government’s ‘threat to retroactively review’ investment guarantees as top energy group DTEK switches on 240MW PV plant in Dnipropetrovsk region.
News about the package intended for Kiev-based OTP Leasing emerged just weeks after the IFC officially started preparations for Kosovo's first government tender.
88MW-plus pipeline in the making near Kiev, Budapest bank backs PV, Kazakhstan's first auction-backed plant, Nauru embraces solar-plus-storage
The fresh funding wraps up a summer of global expansion for the Norwegian firm, with utility-scale projects switched on in Ukraine, Egypt, Mozambique and Malaysia.
Q CELLS launches "largest solar factory in western hemisphere," Sungrow touts new product line in India, Arctech and Risen announce deals in Kazakhstan and Ukraine.
The Norwegian developer also switched on 65MW of new capacity in Egypt's giant Benban complex this week.
‘Silicon Module Super League’ (SMSL) member, JA Solar has supplied 33.1MW of mono-PERC panels to Ukraine-based project developer, UDP Renewables for the Scythia-Solar-2 PV power plant in the Zaporizhia region of the country.
Government head Volodymyr Zelensky signs amended law meant to ensure green tariffs can back small PV systems on country’s rooftops and façades.
Scythia Solar 2 is located in the Zaporizhia region in Ukraine’s south and has a peak capacity of 33.1MW.
Project will be realised under Ukraine’s 10-year feed-in tariff scheme and is expected to power up to 27,000 households.
Scatec Solar and its partners have closed financing on the 55MW Chigirin project in central Ukraine, representing a total investment of $46.9 million.
Dutch financier FMO buys 40% stake of FiT-backed, €35 million Kamianka project, scheduled for commercial launch in Q4 2019.
Firm breaks ground on 148MW plant in former Soviet state, links second 65MW bifacial unit at Benban complex and signs deal for 33MW farm by river Niger.
Local developer UDP Renewables chosen for new €30.6m scheme after joining Acciona to deliver a first 57.6MW plant in Kyiv region.
CEO Michael Yurkovich walks PV Tech through the factors that will hasten or hinder subsidy-free success in the former Soviet republic, seen as a market-to-watch.