JSC Mykolaivoblenergo has concluded an agreement with Mykolaiv-based Svitlolux-Elektromontazh LLC on modernization of the substation Maryivka 150/35/10 kV (Bashtansky district, Mykolaiv region) to connect it to a solar power plant of Nick Solar LLC with a capacity of 10 MW.
According to ProZorro, the agreement worth UAH 4.9 million (including VAT) was signed on June 20, 2019.
According to the Single Register of Legal Entities and Individual Entrepreneurs, Nick Solar belongs to Cyprus-based Nicken Holdings LTD, which was owned by founders of investment company ICU Makar Paseniuk and Kostiantyn Stetsenko until 2019.
According to the law firm Sayenko Kharenko, which was a legal counselor of the U.S. VR Capital Group during the purchase of a 50% stake in Nicken Holdings LTD from ICU, Nicken Holdings owns 11 Ukrainian engineering companies which are constructing 11 solar power plants in Mykolaiv region with a total capacity of 127 MW.
VR Capital jointly with ICU built a 64 MW solar power plant near Kamianets-Podilsky (Khmelnytsky region). They are also finishing a 35 MW solar power plant project in Kherson region.
VR Capital Group President Richard Deitz through Cyprus-based Wiltan Enterprises Limited owns also Sunvin 12 and Sunvin 14 LLCs which in 2019 put into operation solar power plants with the capacities of 15.6 MW and 13 MW in Kirovohrad region.