星期四, 四月 2, 2020
Home PV News Almost 22,000 households in Ukraine use solar panels - Energy Efficiency Agency

Almost 22,000 households in Ukraine use solar panels – Energy Efficiency Agency

Source:Ukrinform
In Ukraine, almost 22,000 private households have installed solar panels, according to the State Agency on Energy Efficiency and Energy Saving.

“Almost 22,000 households in Ukraine use ‘clean’ electricity, having invested around EUR 450 million in solar power plants. The total capacity of installed solar power plants makes up over 553 MW,” reads the statement.

In 2019, almost 15,000 households switched to clean electricity, compared to about 20 households in 2014.

The largest number of solar power plants has been installed by households in: Dnipropetrovsk region – over 2,700; Ternopil region- more than 2,000; Kyiv region – almost 1,800.

The state agency notes that households’ demand for modern “clean” technologies is growing rapidly every year.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

- Advertisment -

Most Popular

Covid-19 Impact: Electricity demand has dipped by 25% since mid March

The daily electricity demand in India has fallen by 25% since mid March 2020 when most parts of the country imposed restriction and shutdowns to check Covid-19...

Netherlands to support residential PV through net metering for the entire decade

Dutch Minister of Economic Affairs and Climate Change, Eric Wiebes, has presented a letter in parliament outlining the proposed residential solar net-metering tariffs that...

Brazil postpones energy auctions

The Brazilian Ministry of Mines and Energy (MEM) has announced the postponement of national energy generation and transmission auctions. No date was specified for...

Preventing PID at 1500 volts

Scientists at Germany’s Center for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research Baden-Württemburg (ZSW) this week introduced new testing protocols designed to give PV investors and project developers...