Norway's Scatec Solar wins solar tender in Ukraine

The Norwegian solar developer will be able to add 83 MW to its portfolio after completing two solar farms in Ukraine.

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After a long period of aiming for solar farm development projects in Africa in particular, the Norwegian solar energy company has now won a larger tender in Ukraine.

Scatec Solar will install two solar farms in the Ukrainian Cherkassy province – one solar farm at 33 MW and one at 50 MW. The two solar farms will be able to produce around 106,000 MWh per year and will be subsidized via the country's Feed-in-Tariff aid scheme for a ten-year period.

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