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Wind turbines in Ukraine

The development of wind energy in Ukraine is growing rapidly
The   use   of   wind   energy   in   the   world   is   growing   at   a   record   pace,   and,   according   to   the   EU   program,   until   2020,   the   share   of   electricity   produced   from   renewable   sources   should   be   at   least   20%. As   for Ukraine,   on   October   1,   2014,   the   Cabinet   of   Ministers   also   approved   the   National Action   Plan   for   the   Development   of   Renewable   Energy   until   2020. The   document,   among   other   things,   suggests   that   in five   years   renewable   energy   sources   in   Ukraine   should   generate   no   less   than   11%   of   electricity.   So,   for   example,   in   October   2015,   the   total   installed   capacity   of   wind   generators   reached   509   MW. And by 2020 Ukraine intends to increase this figure to 2.3 GW. Over   the   past   2015   in   Ukraine   a   total   of   16.6   MW   of   wind-generating   capacity   was   put   into   operation.   As   a   result   of   this   period,   wind   power   plants   in   the   mainland   produced   1.125   million   kWh   of electricity.   Thus,   the   share   of   the   wind   power   generated   is   0.73%   of   the   total   annual   electricity   generation   in   Ukraine,   or   0.8%   of   all   power   plants   in   the   mainland,   according   to   a   press   release   from   the Ukrainian Wind Energy Association (UWEA). It   should   be   noted   that   the   national   plan   for   the   development   of   the   United   Energy   System   (IPS)   of   Ukraine   for   2016-2025.   Provides   investments   in   the   energy   sector   of   about   279.8   billion   UAH.   for   this period. This was reported in the presentation of the draft ECO development plan drawn up by NEC Ukrenergo. In   accordance   with   the   submitted   plan,   158.5   billion   UAH.   (56.6%)   will   be   directed   to   the   development   of   renewable   energy   sources,   39.8   billion   UAH.   (14.2%)   -   for   nuclear   power   plants,   33.9   billion UAH. (12.1%) - for thermal power, 27.5 billion UAH. (9.8%) - for the development of backbone electric grids. Additional information:
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Wind turbines in Ukraine

The development of wind energy in Ukraine is growing rapidly
The   use   of   wind   energy   in   the   world   is   growing   at   a   record   pace,   and,   according   to   the   EU   program,   until   2020,   the   share   of   electricity produced   from   renewable   sources   should   be   at   least   20%.   As   for   Ukraine,   on   October   1,   2014,   the   Cabinet   of   Ministers   also   approved   the National   Action   Plan   for   the   Development   of   Renewable   Energy   until   2020.   The   document,   among   other   things,   suggests   that   in   five   years renewable   energy   sources   in   Ukraine   should   generate   no   less   than   11%   of   electricity.   So,   for   example,   in   October   2015,   the   total   installed capacity of wind generators reached 509 MW. And by 2020 Ukraine intends to increase this figure to 2.3 GW. Over   the   past   2015   in   Ukraine   a   total   of   16.6   MW   of   wind-generating   capacity   was   put   into   operation.   As   a   result   of   this   period,   wind   power plants   in   the   mainland   produced   1.125   million   kWh   of   electricity.   Thus,   the   share   of   the   wind   power   generated   is   0.73%   of   the   total   annual electricity   generation   in   Ukraine,   or   0.8%   of   all   power   plants   in   the   mainland,   according   to   a   press   release   from   the   Ukrainian   Wind   Energy Association (UWEA). It   should   be   noted   that   the   national   plan   for   the   development   of   the   United   Energy   System   (IPS)   of   Ukraine   for   2016-2025.   Provides investments   in   the   energy   sector   of   about   279.8   billion   UAH.   for   this   period.   This   was   reported   in   the   presentation   of   the   draft   ECO development plan drawn up by NEC Ukrenergo. In   accordance   with   the   submitted   plan,   158.5   billion   UAH.   (56.6%)   will   be   directed   to   the   development   of   renewable   energy   sources,   39.8 billion   UAH.   (14.2%)   -   for   nuclear   power   plants,   33.9   billion   UAH.   (12.1%)   -   for   thermal   power,   27.5   billion   UAH.   (9.8%)   -   for   the   development of backbone electric grids. Additional information:
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Botievsky wind farm - 65 wind turbines with a capacity of 200 MW:
Wind turbines in Ukraine. The first wind turbines - wind farms in Ukraine.
Look also too:
Wind turbines from Germany Wind turbines in Kazakhstan Wind turbines in Russia RES-ELITE
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Wind turbines in Ukraine

The development of wind energy in Ukraine is growing rapidly
The   use   of   wind   energy   in   the   world   is   growing   at   a record   pace,   and,   according   to   the   EU   program,   until 2020,     the     share     of     electricity     produced     from renewable   sources   should   be   at   least   20%.   As   for Ukraine,   on   October   1,   2014,   the   Cabinet   of   Ministers also    approved    the    National    Action    Plan    for    the Development   of   Renewable   Energy   until   2020.   The document,   among   other   things,   suggests   that   in   five years   renewable   energy   sources   in   Ukraine   should generate    no    less    than    11%    of    electricity.    So,    for example,   in   October   2015,   the   total   installed   capacity of   wind   generators   reached   509   MW.   And   by   2020 Ukraine intends to increase this figure to 2.3 GW. Over   the   past   2015   in   Ukraine   a   total   of   16.6   MW   of wind-generating   capacity   was   put   into   operation. As   a result    of    this    period,    wind    power    plants    in    the mainland   produced   1.125   million   kWh   of   electricity. Thus,    the    share    of    the    wind    power    generated    is 0.73%    of    the    total    annual    electricity    generation    in Ukraine,   or   0.8%   of   all   power   plants   in   the   mainland, according   to   a   press   release   from   the   Ukrainian   Wind Energy Association (UWEA). It    should    be    noted    that    the    national    plan    for    the development   of   the   United   Energy   System   (IPS)   of Ukraine   for   2016-2025.   Provides   investments   in   the energy   sector   of   about   279.8   billion   UAH.   for   this period.   This   was   reported   in   the   presentation   of   the draft    ECO    development    plan    drawn    up    by    NEC Ukrenergo. In   accordance   with   the   submitted   plan,   158.5   billion UAH.   (56.6%)   will   be   directed   to   the   development   of renewable   energy   sources,   39.8   billion   UAH.   (14.2%) -   for   nuclear   power   plants,   33.9   billion   UAH.   (12.1%)   - for   thermal   power,   27.5   billion   UAH.   (9.8%)   -   for   the development of backbone electric grids. Additional information:
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Botievsky    wind    farm    -    65    wind    turbines    with    a capacity of 200 MW:
Wind turbines in Ukraine. The first wind turbines - wind farms in Ukraine.
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Wind turbines from Germany Wind turbines in Kazakhstan Wind turbines in Russia RES-ELITE