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MYKOLAIVOBLENERGO TO BUILD POWER DISTRIBUTION SUBSTATION

Mykolaiv-based Svitlolux-Elektromontazh LLC by the end of 2019 is going to build a power distribution substation 35 kV to connect it to a solar power plant Solar South 1 with a capacity of 19.2 MW (Vitovsky district of Mykolaiv region) on the territory of JSC Mykolaivoblenergo.
According to ProZorro, the parties signed a respective agreement worth UAH 2.4 million on August 8.
According to the Single Register of Legal Entities and Individual Entrepreneurs, Solar South1 belongs to Solar Generation company, which owned by France Bonté.

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WIND SOLAR ENERGY INTENDS TO BUILD 60 MW WIND FARM IN UKRAINE

Wind Solar Energy LLC (Kyiv) intends to build a 60 MW wind power plant in Zhytomyr region, according to the website of the unified register of environmental impact assessment.
The project includes building 18 wind turbines with a capacity of up to 5.6 MW each. The height of the towers will be 166 meters, the diameter of the rotor is up to 150 meters.
In addition, the plans include the construction of 12 km of technological roads, 12 km of cable networks, as well as power lines of up to 6 km. The operation life of the wind farm is 20 years.
As reported, Wind Solar Energy intends to build three phases of the Lisova wind plant with a total capacity of up to 190 MW in the area of the Pokaliv village (Korosten district, Zhytomyr region).
According to data posted on the company’s website, Wind Solar Energy through its subsidiary Solar Kvant has been operating solar plants of 5 MW on 10 hectares in Dnipropetrovsk region since 2013.
According to the unified register of legal entities, the ultimate beneficial owner of Wind Solar Energy is Elvira Tesliuk, before that the Cypriot company WSE CYPRUS LTD was in the ownership structure.

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WIND SOLAR ENERGY INTENDS TO BUILD 57 MW WIND FARM IN ZHYTOMYR REGION

Wind Solar Energy LLC (Kyiv) intends to build the Lisova-2 wind power plant (Korosten district, Zhytomyr region) with a capacity of 57 MW, according to a single register of environmental impact assessment.
The project includes building 19 wind turbines with a capacity of 4.2 MW each. The height of the towers will be 130 meters. The operation life of the plant is 20 years.
As reported, Wind Solar Energy intends to build three phases of the Lisova wind plant with a total capacity of up to 190 MW in the area of the Pokaliv village (Korosten district, Zhytomyr region).
According to data posted on the company’s website, Wind Solar Energy through its subsidiary Solar Kvant has been operating solar plants of 5 MW on 10 hectares in Dnipropetrovsk region since 2013.

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CHINESE HUAWEI TO BUILD 4G NETWORK IN KYIV METROPOLITEN

The Big Three mobile operators (Kyivstar, Vodafone Ukraine and lifecell) have declared the Ukrainian subsidiary of the Chinese company Huawei the winner of the tender to find a contractor for the construction of a 4G network in Kyiv Metropoliten. “The contractor has been defined, it is Huawei. And we are awaiting the start of construction. The works are funded by the three mobile operators,” Kyivstar’s press service told Interfax-Ukraine.
At the same time, the press services of the operators refused to name the cost of work.
In October 2018, the Big Three operators began an independent tender for the supply of equipment and technical work on the transition to the 4G standard in the Kyiv subway.

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WIND SOLAR ENERGY INTENDS TO BUILD 25 MW WIND FARM IN UKRAINE

Wind Solar Energy LLC (Kyiv) intends to build the Ovruch wind power plant (Ovruch district, Zhytomyr region) with a capacity of 25 MW, according to the website of the unified register of environmental impact assessment.
The project includes building seven wind turbines with a capacity of 3.57 MW each. The height of the towers will be 130 meters.
In addition, it is planned to build 35 kV power grids. The operation life of the farm is 20 years.
As reported, Wind Solar Energy intends to build three phases of the Lisova wind farm in the area of the Pokaliv village in Korosten district, Zhytomyr region, with a total capacity of up to 190 MW.
According to data posted on the company’s website, Wind Solar Energy through its subsidiary Solar Kvant has been operating solar plants of 5 MW on 10 hectares in Dnipropetrovsk region since 2013.

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UDP RENEWABLES PLANS TO BUILD THREE WIND FARMS IN UKRAINE (VOLYN REGION)

Volyn West Wind 1, 2, 3 LLC (Volyn region) plans to build two wind farms with a capacity of 63 MW each and a wind farm with a capacity of 72 MW, according to information on the website of the environment assessment register.
Under the project it is planned to install 44 turbines with a capacity of up to 4.5 MW each. The height of the tower will be up to 125 meters. The area required for placing one turbine is 0.35 ha.
In addition, it is planned to build a 110 kV/35 kV substation and a 110 kV/35 kV power line.
The tentative useful life of the wind farms is 20 years.
According to the unified public register of companies, Volyn West Wind 1, 2, 3 LLC belongs to UDP Renewables of Vasyl Khmelnytsky and UDP Renewables Managing Partner Serhiy Yevtushenko.
As reported, UDP Renewables together with Spain’s Acciona Energia Global intends to build two solar power plants in Odesa region with a capacity of almost 44 MW by the end of 2019. Total investment in projects is EUR 30.6 million.

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