Oleksandr Tsarenok, a resident of the village of Zorin in the Vyshgorod district in the Kyiv region, who owned a home solar power plant, provided electricity to his fellow villagers when they were cut off from power supply due to the Russian invasion.
The owner of a home solar power plant decided to dismantle it and distribute solar panels to people. By his act, the man helped the villagers survive the occupation by Russian troops, according to the YouTube channel "Solar Systems".
As the story goes, Olexandr dismantled his own solar power plant and distributed solar panels to the inhabitants of the community so that they could provide their own energy needs at a basic level. Thanks to him, more than 50 houses in the village had access to electricity in the conditions of a complete disconnection of the central network. People were able to survive the Russian occupation and were in touch with their families in difficult times.
The man did not stop at helping fellow villagers, but handed over his solar panels to ensure the work of a local boarding school in the village of Hornostaypol. At that time there were more than 100 people in the boarding school, most of whom had a disability. Thanks to the help of Olexandr Tsarenok, the institution was able to continue working, providing the boarding school not only with electricity, but also with water supply through electric pumps.
Recall that SPP owners shared their stories about how their own generation helped meet basic needs.