Event of the week: Three Ukrainian cities signed a memorandum on the full gradual transition to the RES
Mayors of Zhytomyr, Kamyanets-Podilskyi and Chortkov signed a memorandum with the international climate organization 350.org, under which they undertook to gradually transfer the power system of their cities to renewable energy sources. All three cities are already participating in a number of programs funded by European donors to reduce emissions and reduce energy consumption.
NNEGC "Energoatom" announced the beginning of an open discussion of the project on setting tariffs for electric and thermal energy produced at nuclear power plants of NNEGC "Energoatom" in 2019 and the project of the NNEGC "Energoatom" in 2019. The event will be held in order to receive comments and suggestions from the executive authorities, representatives of local self-government, as well as other interested persons in accordance with the Procedure for conducting an open discussion of draft decisions of the NKREKP.
Also there was a competition announced this week for the selection of independent members of the Supervisory Board of the Energy Efficiency Fund. Starting from September 11, applicants may file documents for consideration by the competition commission.
Number of weeks: SES space at Melitopol is 200,000 square meters.
Under Melitopol SEP is being built. The photovoltaic power plant will occupy an area of 200,000 square meters. The power of the power plant is 10,000 kW. The customer of the construction was the Kiev company "Scyphia-Solar-1". General contractor is the Vinnytsya company "NES KONSTRUKSHN" LTD. The term of commissioning of the first stage of the station is October 1, 2018.
Company of the week: Scatec Solar intends to reach 200 MW at SEP in Ukraine by the end of next year
Norwegian Scatec Solar intends to reach 200 MW of installed capacity of solar power plants (SEP) in Ukraine by the end of next year. However, in many respects this will depend on how the introduction of the program of auctions will take place. It was told by Magnus Johansen, Scatec Solar Business Development Manager. According to him, the medium-term strategy for the development of the business of solar generation Scatec Solar in Ukraine will be correlated with the introduction of the program of auctions. In the case of their successful introduction, the company will intend to continue construction as actively as possible.