DTEK is considering the possibility of resuming the construction of one of its RES facilities.
The general director of the company Maksym Timchenko told about it, reports Forbes.
He noted that it will happen a powerful signal to potential investors that DTEK believes in Ukraine, is ready to invest and continues to implement large-scale projects even in the hot phase of the war.
Timchenko also emphasized that Ukraine has a huge potential for the development of green generation and hydrogen, atomic energy, gas production, and it should become an exporter of energy resources in the EU.
Currently, all wind farms DTEK stopped and preserved, and the employees periodically make rounds of these objects to prevent looting. Due to the closure of wind farms, the production of green energy fell by 70%.
Solar power plants are working.
Green stream on Telegram suggested that we are talking about Tyligul wind power plant, the construction of which was actively carried out at the beginning of 2022 and was frozen due to the full-scale invasion of the Russian Federation.
We will remind in the West of Ukraine UFuture implements a wind generation project with a capacity of 300 MW.
As EcoPolitic previously reported, Ukrainian renewable energy enterprises increased payments for green tariff.