Acme commissions 200MW in Rajasthan, BlueWave Solar sells 24MW community solar portfolio to Goldman Sachs, TIU Canada starts building 13.5MW solar project in Ukraine using LONGi modules.
ACCIONA Energía has started construction on a 57MW PV installation in Dymerka, northern Ukraine, that will see the company invest approximately US$64 million in the site.
Oslo-headquartered clean energy firm Scatec Solar has entered into agreements with Ukrainian developer Rengy Development to deliver 47MW of solar projects in the Mykolaiv region in the south of Ukraine.
Danish energy company Better Energy A/S and NEFCO have signed off on a loan agreement that will cover the first phase of construction for a 19MW PV project located in Western Ukraine.
Jiangsu Seraphim Solar System is to supply modules to the largest PV project in Ukraine, a 246MW solar plant being developed by Ukraine’s largest energy group, DTEK.
Oslo-headquartered clean energy firm Scatec Solar has signed agreements to build two solar PV projects with capacity of 33MW and 50MW in the Cherkassy region of Ukraine.
TIU Canada has commissioned a 10.7MW PV project located in Nikopol, Ukraine, standing as the first investment from the Canadian side of the Canada-Ukraine Free Trade Agreement (CUFTA).
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TIU Canada officially commissioned a 10.7MW PV projecti n Nikopol, Ukraine last week.
Development company Rodina has started the construction on the first PV project to be developed within the Chernobyl exclusion zone, per Ukranian news outlet Liga.
Norwegian solar project developer Scatec Solar is looking to develop two large-scale solar projects in the Ukraine, according to the Ukraine’s Ministry of Energy and Coal Industry.
GCL-SI, a subsidiary of GCL, is to develop a 1GW solar PV plant at the former contaminated nuclear site in Chernobyl, Ukraine. Construction is expected to start in 2017.
Ukraine's plan to bring online 4GW of solar production at site of 1986 nuclear disaster must stack up, says European Bank for Reconstruction and Development.