he EDS Group has started the turnkey construction of a new industrial solar power station with a capacity of 9.99 MW in the Zaporizhia oblast. The future SPS will be built in the area of Dniprorudne city, Vasylivskyi district, Zaporizhia oblast.
The EDS team has installed new supports in the range of 6, 10 kV lines and mounted 17 10 kV 1000A reclosers on them. As of today, all reclosers have been installed, the project was completed on time.
Just do your job as well as possible and the reward will found you. 120+ MW – is the total capacity of solar power stations built by EDS in Ukraine using the Huawei inverters. It almost a half of all RES capacities we have built since 2017. We ae proud of cooperation, Photomate and Huawei!
While Ukrainian power engineers and constructors are waiting for the signing of the adopted draft law No. 3658, which is capable to unlock the “green” energy industry of our country, the EDS Engineering announces the completion of 19.5 MW solar power station construction near the Mala Bilozerka village in Vasylivskyi district, Zaporizhia oblast.
Alexander ZAPISHNIY, the owner of EDS Engineering, about what will happen to the Ukrainian RES industry after the adoption of the draft law No. 3658. I believe it is important to voice what had worried and worries the RES industry in Ukraine for nine months now. And this is far from only quarantine, which we leave behind the brackets. Briefly about the situation we have today. A memorandum was signed between the Cabinet of Ministers and specialized associations. Draft law No. 3658, which was based on the provisions of this Memorandum, passed the first reading. Investors' opinions are divided: there are a number of companies (by the way, there are many of them), which don’t agree to a voluntary reduction of the “green” tariff without prolonging its validity for two years and threaten with legal proceedings. As a result, the RES industry remains, saying frankly, “slightly frozen”, since most investors don’t risk to continue the construction of alternative energy facilities under conditions of uncertainty.