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Ukrainian renovation plan

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Head of IPP LLC Solarpark

Executive manager of the IPP and energy projects developer in Ukraine and Georgia If you need to develop industrial projects in Ukraine me and my team can help with all stages of project from...

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  • Jul 12, 2022

Ukraine is a country with great energy potential.
This is so because Ukraine has a well-developed energy infrastructure and experienced and well-educated staff.

A few days ago, the government of Ukraine presented a plan for the economic recovery of Ukraine in Lugano, Switzerland. And I, as a developer, was very pleased to find ambitious goals in the development of energy infrastructure there.
Ukraine knows how to implement plans in the energy sector, this fact is confirmed by the implementation of the goals for the development of renewable generation, taken by the country under the Paris Climate Agreement. From 2012 to 2021, about 9 GW of new generating capacity was built which was higher than planned.

And here are some new goals from the development plan for Ukraine until 2032:
Construction of 15 GW of electrolysis capacity;
Construction of 3.5 GW of new HPP;
Construction of 30 GW of new renewable capacities for hydrogen production;
Opening of 7 GW of transit capacity for electricity export to Europe;
Construction of 2GW of peakers and 1GW of ESS capacities;

Here is the link to the full list of initiatives.

This plan contains different industries and all projects and I think a lot of people will be interested. And there are no details yet.
Real business turns plans into reality through their activities. And it's the business task to take part in the process of definition of detailed plans and goals.
Therefore, if anyone is interested in investing in the energy sector of Ukraine, then there is no need to wait for the end of the war, you can already start to be prepared.


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