Ukrtransgaz Starts Selling Solar Energy

The first Ukrtransgaz solar power station in Boyarka began supplying electricity to the grid. It is bringing electricity to Ukraine’s energy market and helping to satisfy Ukraine’s recent “green tariff.”

This is reported on PJSC UKRTRANSGAZ’s Facebook page.

The 300 kilowatt power station was built and put into operation in early 2017.  It is located on the roof of Ukrgaztechzviazok, the Ukrtransgaz branch.

Since December 1, the station been’s supplying electricity to the energy system of Ukraine SE Energorynok.

According to preliminary calculations, it can produce the most energy – 55 MWh – in July, and the least energy – 6.2 MWh – in December.

It is expected that the 1,140 solar panels of the station will generate 400 MWh of electricity per year. This power is sufficient to supply a modern 24-story building with electricity for a year.