The Government supported the reduction of the “feed-in” tariff

The Verkhovna Rada adopted in general the bill №3658 on improving the conditions for supporting the production of electricity from alternative sources, which is designed to reduce and restructure the “feed-in” tariff. >>>

Zhang Jingsong: In case of repeated reduction of “feed-in” tariffs by 15%, CNBM will appeal them to international arbitration

Last week, the Verkhovna Rada passed in the first reading the government bill №3658, prepared on the basis of a memorandum with renewable energy producers, the essence of which is to reduce the “feed-in” tariff for existing and future projects and a number of other changes.

The Government has signed a Memorandum with producers of “green” electricity

On Wednesday, June 10, the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine signed a “Memorandum of Understanding on the settlement of problematic issues in the field of renewable energy.” >>>

Chen Yongzhi: Resolving the “feed-in” tariff crisis should not be covered by the discrimination of the investors

The government is once again planning to reduce the “feed-in” tariffs, which were introduced to stimulate the development of renewable energy. In particular, according to the recently presented draft Memorandum between the Ministry of Energy and Environment on the one hand and market participants on the other, it is proposed to reduce the “feed-in” tariff for solar power plants commissioned by 2020… >>>

The next terms of the memorandum with the “green” were revealed: minus 15% for SES, minus 7.5% for wind farms. DOCUMENT

The Ministry of Energy and Environmental Protection has developed the terms of a memorandum on reducing the “feed-in” tariff for SES by 15%, for wind farms – by 7.5%. It is proposed to set the upper limit of the feed-in tariff at 22 eurocents per kWh. >>>

The government wants to reach a compromise with investors in sustainable energy to preserve the image of an investment-attractive country – Olga Buslavets

The full text of the interview with Acting Minister of Energy and Environmental Protection Olga Buslavets, which was broadcasted on Ukraine 24 TV channel on May 8, 2020. >>>

The share of foreign investors in renewable energy by the summer of 2020 will be more than 30%, the volume of investments – EUR2.5 billion – experts

The share of foreign investors in the installed capacity of power plants operating on renewable energy sources (RES) will amount to more than 30% by the summer of 2020, and the size of foreign investments in the sector will reach EUR2.5 billion. >>>

Draft memorandum with investors in renewable energy sources to be developed by the end of the week – Buslavets

A draft memorandum with investors in renewable energy sources (RES) will be developed within a week for further discussion by the government and industry participants. Minister of Energy and Environmental Protection Olga Buslavets during the online roundtable “Overcoming the crisis in Ukrainian energy” on Tuesday. >>>

The Ministry of Energy and Environmental Protection presented a set of steps to bring Ukraine’s energy system out of the crisis

The Prime Minister of Ukraine Denis Shmygal and Acting Minister of Energy and Environmental Protection of Ukraine Olga Buslavets held the first meeting of the Anti-Crisis Energy Headquarters. The headquarters included more than 30 representatives of interested CEBs, energy generating companies, the coal industry, trade unions, and MPs. Opening the meeting, the Prime Minister said: >>>

Singulus scores €50m CIGS production kit order from unit of China’s CNBM

The German PV equipment provider has agreed to supply manufacturing equipment for CIGS thin-film solar panels to the CNBM Bengbu Design and Research Institute for Glass Industry, a subsidiary of cement producer China National Building Material. >>>