Producing reliable power to support job creation and reduce emissions.

Norsk Renewables is a partner with FMO in the Semypolky PV plant in Ukraine. The war in Ukraine has caused immense suffering and destroyed critical infrastructure. We are grateful that our people are not hurt, the plant is producing, and that we can help the country with renewable energy.

Key information

Project name:

9 WM



Financial Partners:

Solar, ground mounted

Yearly CO2 emission reduction:
9 480

Since the start of production in 2021 the PV plant has saved 18 960 tonnes of CO2, equivalent to 26 000 households. The share of renewable energy used to be less than 5% in the country. Now, due to the war, it is less. Only 1% was solar. Despite the invasion, Ukraine has set a goal to have 50% of its power from renewable energy sources and has synchronized its grid to Europe`s. 

Grid stability is no easy feat even under the best of circumstances. Electric grids are delicately interconnected systems in which the supply of available energy and the use of it must be maintained in consistent balance Synchrinizion one grid to another requires a precise match of the efrequency, phase, and voltage of electric current. Failure can lead to collapse. 

Ukraine`s power grid operators are at the forefront of this battle, and Norsk Renewable will take care of the people and maintain the plant the best possible manner. 
Rudi Jansen van Vuuren

Rudi Jansen van Vuuren

Head of Operations

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