Norway’s NBT Plans to Start Building a $1.1 Billion, 742-MW Wind Power Plant This Year on Zaporizhia’s Azov Coast – Should Be Fully Operational in 2022

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source: https://www.ubn.news/wednesday-january-30/

Ukraine Business News,
Published on January 30, 2019

Norway’s NBT plans to start building this year a $1.1 billion, 742 MW wind power plant on Zaporizhia’s Azov coast, according to an agreement signed Monday in Oslo with Ukraine partners Andriy Zhovner and Yuriy Kizilov. If financing comes as planned, the project should be fully operational in 2022. Located in the Yakymivka district, the plant is to be 100 km east of a separate NBT wind power project: a $460 million, 250 MW plant on the north shore of Kherson’s Lake Sivash. That project is to be completed next year.

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