Ukrainian cumulative PV installation is about to cross 1GW milestone
Number of clicks：2172018-07-26 22:20:35 source: Guangdong Sinpo New Materials Co.,Ltd
According to the newly announced provisional figures of the Ukrainian government, in the first half of 2018, there were about 206 megawatts of new solar photovoltaic power plants connected to the grid. The cumulative installed capacity of photovoltaics in Ukraine has now reached 948 MW.
At present, solar energy has become the largest form of renewable energy in Ukraine, followed by wind power (5,151 MW), small hydro (96 MW), biomass (44 MW) and biogas (41 MW).
The number of 206 MW new grid-connected PV systems in the first half of this year has almost reached the new year of 2017 (211 MW), which means that this year will be a record year for Ukrainian solar growth, 1 JI. The milestone of the tile is at your fingertips in the coming months.
This good indication is mainly due to the Ukrainian government's euro-linked FIT for large-scale solar power facilities – the ground-based power station connected between 2017 and 2019 can enjoy an on-grid price of €0.1502/kWh.
According to current Ukrainian regulations, in order to avoid inflation risks, “green” electricity prices are linked to the euro by 2030. The demand for local content has also been lifted, but the use of Ukrainian equipment can also enjoy a premium. The electricity price linked to the euro also stimulates There is growing interest in solar metering solutions.
At the same time, there are approximately 63 MW of grid-connected rooftop PV systems in the country's cumulative PV capacity.