Trina Solar supplies 123 MW modules to photovoltaic plant in Ukraine
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Chinese solar group Trina Solar Ltd. has delivered 123 MW of solar photovoltaic modules to a PV power plant developed by DTEK, the largest private energy company in Ukraine. Upon completion, the project will become the largest PV power facility locally and the largest single PV power station in Europe, says the company.
Located near Nikopol, Dnepropetrovsk Oblast in central Ukraine, the project has a planned capacity of 246 MW and will be capable of producing 280 million kWh of solar power per year. The power station, for which China Machinery Engineering Corporation (CMEC) serves as the contractor, is expected to be completed in early 2019 and be connected to the grid in March.
Currently, Ukraine's energy supply mainly relies on fossil fuels and nuclear energy, with renewable energy accounting for a very small proportion. To diversify its energy sources, the government of Ukraine initiated a national energy development strategy, aimed at increasing total installed capacity of renewable energy to 5 GW by 2020.
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