Solar power in Ukraine

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Solar potential in Ukraine

Solar power in Ukraine is obtained from photovoltaics or solar thermal energy. In 2011, 90% of electricity came from nuclear and coal. In order to reduce this, Ukraine adopted a feed-in tariff (FIT) which is one of the highest in the world - UAH 5.0509 (EUR 0.46) per kWh. Europe's largest solar park at the time, the 100 MW Perovo Solar Park was completed at the end of 2011.[1]

Data[edit]

Name MW Location
Okhotnykovo Solar Park (Crimea) 82.65 45°14′20″N 33°35′34″E / 45.23889°N 33.59278°E / 45.23889; 33.59278
Perovo Solar Park (Crimea) 100 44°55′N 34°02′E / 44.917°N 34.033°E / 44.917; 34.033
Starokozache Solar Park 42.95 46°28′N 30°44′E / 46.467°N 30.733°E / 46.467; 30.733
History of Photovoltaic Deployment
Year Σ Installed
(MWp)
Δ Installed
(MWp)
Generation
(GWh)
Refs
2010 3 3 n.a.
2011 196 193 n.a. [2]
2012 326 130 n.a. [3]
2013 616 290 n.a. [3]
2014 350 n.a.
2015 360 n.a.
2016 568 n.a.
2017 742 n.a.

Gallery[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Europe’s Biggest Solar Park Completed With Russian Bank Debt
  2. ^ Global Market Outlook for Photovoltaics 2013-2017 Archived 2014-11-06 at WebCite
  3. ^ a b "Global Market Outlook for Photovoltaics 2014-2018" (PDF). www.epia.org. EPIA - European Photovoltaic Industry Association. p. 24. Archived from the original (PDF) on 12 June 2014. Retrieved 12 June 2014.