Seraphim Wins Ukraine’s Largest 246 MW Solar Project

This large-scale PV plant is to be constructed in Dnepropetrovsk in central Ukraine. Also, 246 MW of the company’s high-efficiency 330 W poly modules will be delivered to the project site before the end of August.

Solar Power Projects

Jiangsu Seraphim Solar System Co (Seraphim) has won the supply agreement for a monumental 246 MW Ukraine solar project, developed by Ukraine’s largest energy group, DTEK.

Till date, this installation will be Ukraine’s largest renewable energy power plant and CMEC is the EPC contractor and Seraphim is the sole module supplier.

Further, this large-scale PV plant is to be constructed in Dnepropetrovsk in central Ukraine. Also, 246 MW of the company’s high-efficiency 330 W poly modules will be delivered to the project site before the end of August.

When commissioned, the project will meet the electricity needs of more than 10,00,000 citizens, while reducing carbon emissions by 3,00,000 tons annually.

Moreover, this massive project symbolizes Ukraine’s rise in renewable development, accelerating the influence of clean energy economics on Ukraine and Eastern Europe as a whole.

Commenting on the development, Seraphim, President, Polaris Li said, “Seraphim is particularly proud to be the sole module supplier for this landmark project. It rewards years of hard work and demonstrates the global recognition of Seraphim’s bankable manufacturing processes – including our reliable brand image. This 246 MW solar power plant clearly demonstrates Ukraine’s renewable energy ambitions. We are happy to see how our high standards and professional services bring real value to our clients.”

Going forward, Seraphim will continue to actively participate in Ukraine’s solar industry development.

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Manu Tayal

Manu Tayal

Manu is an Associate Editor at Saur Energy International where she writes and edits clean & green energy news, featured articles and interview industry veterans with a special focus on solar, wind and financial segments.

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