Company solar, Chernobyl has started the active phase of construction and erection works for construction of first solar power plant of 1 MW*Peak at the Chernobyl site. About it reports a press-service of the State spetspredpriyatie Chernobyl.

“At the moment the construction of imported technological equipment, install of the ballast blocks under metal structures, installing plates under the fence posts, the preparatory work before installation of metal structures, installation of ballast foundations under complete transformer substations”, – stated in the message.

In the process of building will be installed 3762 solar module. To accommodate the technological equipment of the plant are used for the mounting system and foundations, which have been specially tailored to the requirements of the site and radiological security.

The introduction of stations in commercial operation is planned in the fourth quarter of 2017, the Annual capacity of the SES solar Chornobyl-1 will be 1024 MWe.

Solar Chernobyl is a joint project of a Consortium of companies Rodina – Enerparc AG, its goal is the implementation of renewable energy projects in the territories affected by the Chernobyl disaster.

See also: the 39 companies want to build solar power station in Chernobyl

Solar Consortium Rodina – Enerparc AG was founded in 2013, the company Enerparc AG – more than 1,800 MW of solar generation projects on the German market and in Europe, Asia and the USA.

Company Rodina specializiruetsya on renewable energy projects in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union, Central Asia and the Middle East.

In 2013 a Consortium of Rodina – Enerparc AG on the territory of Ukraine, Belarus and Kazakhstan were implemented solar energy projects with a total capacity of about 150 MW of which 80 MW in the last nine months.

Earlier it was reported that the state property Fund of Ukraine announced competition on the leasing of the buildings of the ChNPP for placement of solar power capacity of 100 MW.

At the ChNPP site began the construction of solar power plant 01.11.2017

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