NEURC to issue a license for the production of electricity by the first electrical installation of DTEK

The National Energy and Utilities Regulation Commission (NEURC) plans to issue a license for the production of
electricity for the first wind turbine with a capacity of 6 MW, DTEK Tiligul Wind Power Plant and set a "green" tariff of
8.82 eurocents per 1 kWh.
The answers to the decision are scheduled for January 25.
The level of the tariff that is planned to be set is lower than the current market prices. According to the SE
Market Operator, the base load index in December 2021 was priced at 2819.00 UAH/MWh, and the peak load index was
3701.00 UAH/MWh.
The launch complex was put into operation on December 29, 2021, and construction began on April 5, 2021.
ExPro Reference: The first phase of a 126 MW wind farm will help reduce CO2 emissions by 504000 tons per year. Work
on the project is carried out under an agreement between DTEK Renewables and the Danish company Vestas. The latter
produces innovative onshore wind turbines that are able to maximize electricity generation in low and medium winds.
The construction project envisages that the capacity of the Tiligulska WPP can be increased to 564 MW.
Financing the construction of the first stage of DTEK Tiligulska WPP involves partial use of Eurobonds. Green
"Eurobonds" worth € 325 million were issued in 2019 with a maturity of 5 years and are listed on the Euronext Dublin.
The press center of DTEK Energy Holding reported that the total investment in this project will amount to UAH 18 billion.
A total of 21 Vestas wind turbines with a capacity of 6 MW each will be installed as part of the first phase of the wind
farm. The Tiligulska WPP will be the first station to use the EnVentus platform in Eastern Europe.

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