The National Commission, which carries out state regulation in the energy sector, has decided to issue a "green" tariff for the first wind turbine of DTEK Tiligulskaya wind farm. The company continues construction of the station, which will play a significant role in accelerating decarbonization in Ukraine.
The tariff for the wind turbine will be 8.82 euro cents for the production of 1 kW. This is the lowest of all "green" tariffs that were previously issued for Ukrainian wind farms. This is due to the reduction in the cost of technologies in the renewable energy sector and the establishment of more market-based conditions for supporting the industry at the state level.
A similar fee will also be set for other wind farms commissioned this year.
The first wind turbine of DTEK Tiligulskaya wind farm was fully installed and put into operation on December 29, 2021. The planned annual supply of electricity by the wind turbine is 20.7 million kWh per year.
The total capacity of DTEK Tiligulskaya wind farm after construction is completed will be 500 MW. The first phase of the facility will have a capacity of 126 MW (21 wind turbines). Its launch is expected in the second quarter of this year.