The Progressovka project is located in the Mykolayiv region of the country [Image: Scatec]
Oslo-listed renewables developer Scatec has grid connected and started commercial operations at a 148MW solar farm in Ukraine.
The Progressovka project is located in the Mykolayiv region of the country, the company said.
It is realised under Ukraine’s feed-in-tariff scheme and is expected to deliver about 184 gigawatt-hours of electricity a year.
Progressovka has a design life of more than 30 years and will on an annual basis provide clean energy to more than 76,000 households, as well as lead to the abatement of more than 70,000 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions, Scatec said.
Scatec chief executive Raymond Carlse said: “We are pleased to complete our fourth project in Ukraine, supporting the country’s transition towards green energy.”