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Nova Poshta has established an energy company

Elizaveta Volkotrub

"Nova Energy" will generate energy on a regular basis

Nova Poshta has announced the creation of Nova Energy, a company that will specialize in regular energy generation, including solar and gas.

The announcement was made by Nova co-founder Volodymyr Popereshnyuk on Facebook.

He recalled that at the beginning of the full-scale invasion, when there was an acute shortage of fuel on the market, Nova Poshta began active purchases of fuel trucks, tanks, tanks and refueling complexes to strengthen its fuel security and autonomy.

"When the Russians began to destroy the energy structure at the end of the 22nd, businesses and households reacted quickly and began to purchase generators and batteries. For example, we fully equipped the entire network of branches and sorting centers with generators," Popereshniuk said.

He notes that now Ukrainians are not in danger of a blackout, because almost everyone has backup generation capacity.

"Recently, the Russians have begun to strike already in terms of electricity generation. We realized that it is necessary to strengthen the autonomy of energy supply and created the company Nova Energy, which will deal with energy generation on a regular basis," Popereshnyuk wrote.

As EcoPolitic previously reported, the Entrepreneurship Development Fund (FDP) is preparing a compensation program for Ukrainians, which is aimed at covering part of the loan used for installation of solar panels in private households.

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