Date: 2023-01-03

War prompts Ukraine to use Solar system

War prompts Ukraine to use Solar system

Get the news that new small-capacity solar power system are being developed in Ukraine to avoid blackouts, which helps businesses stay afloat in tough economic conditions.


Solar power systems are being deployed mostly to prevent blackouts and to protect critical infrastructure such as hospitals, said Olga Sukhopara, development director of the Ukrainian Association of Renewable Energy.


“After the liberation of the north of Ukraine, a lot of power grid lines were damaged or destroyed due to hostilities,” Sukhopara said, adding that all damaged grid lines in the region have been restored.

Commercial rooftops and facade solar PV have become popular in recent years as a way to save on energy bills, said Sukhopara.  

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“Cross-subsidizing in the electricity sector still exists in Ukraine: tariffs for households are state-regulated, while business pays market price for electricity which is on average three times higher than for households,” she said. “That's why businesses started installing solar systems for their own consumption more often – to lower energy bills and to provide themselves with electricity at fixed price years ahead.”

Ukraine's solar industry is mostly focused on survival now, and not on further development. The aim is to avoid going bankrupt under constant curtailment and lower feed-in-tariff payments, said Sukhopara.  

“Work is underway to amend the legislation on free access to the electricity market for RES producers,” she said. “We also hope to start exporting green electricity to the EU in the near future.”

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