Turkey’s Emsolt Investments Holdings Ltd. has started building a solar power plant with a power capacity of 11 MW in Khmelnytsky region and plans to expand the project. The information was presented at a meeting of Chairman of the State Agency for Energy Efficiency and Energy Saving Serhiy Savchuk with representatives of the company last week, the press service of the agency has reported. The sides discussed the prospects of investing in solar power plants and biogas units at the meeting.
Emsolt in 2017 proposed projects to build solar power plants in Ukraine with a total capacity of 100 MW. At present, the company is building plants in Zhytomyr and Khmelnytsky regions with a total capacity of near 20 MW.
Onur Construction International has won a tender held by the Automobile Road Service in Dnipropetrovsk region to build a section of H-31 Dnipro-Reshetylivka road from the settlement of Loboikivka to the border of Dnipropetrovsk region with a price offer of UAH 427.9 million. According to the ProZorro e-procurement system, the expected cost of the project was UAH 436.5 million.
Along with Onur, Rostdorbud LLC was a bidder in the tender with the price offer of UAH 428 million, and two more companies were not allowed to participate in the tender.
The tender was announced in October 2017, although changes were made to the tender documents several times. The project is to be completed by late 2019.
According to the public register, Onur Construction International LLC is belonged to Onur and Ihsan Cetinceviz.
Turkish-registered Onur company has won a number of tenders worth UAH 2.2 billion to reconstruct sections of the N-31 highway between Dnipro, Tsarychanka, Kobeliaky, and Reshetylivka in Poltava region. In particular, the company won the tenders worth UAH 380 million, UAH 321 million, UAH 299 million, UAH 280 million, UAH 385 million, UAH 350 million, and UAH 290 million to rebuild the sections of the said highway and build a road bypassing the village of Krasne, according to the ProZorro system.
The company also won a tender worth UAH 297.4 million to conduct maintenance repairs to a section of the Kharkiv-Okhtyrka highway in Sumy region.