DTEK Group and Vestas sign a Memorandum on the completion of the wind farm construction


A memorandum of understanding between DTEK and Vestas, the world’s leading wind turbine manufacturer, stipulates that the Danish company will supply wind turbines to Ukraine for the construction of the second phase of the Tiligul wind farm.
The memorandum was signed at the UN climate conference COP28 in the presence of European Commissioner for Energy Kadri Simson and Ukrainian Energy Minister Herman Galushchenko (via video link).
Phase II of the wind farm will consist of 64 wind turbines (6 MW each) with a total capacity of 384 MW. Phase I with a capacity of 114 MW was commissioned in spring 2023.
Phase I and Phase II of DTEK Tiligul Wind Farm will have a total capacity of 500 MW (83 wind turbines). The plant will be able to produce about 1.7 TWh of electricity annually. This is enough for the needs of 900 thousand households. The project is expected to reduce CO2 emissions by 1.7 million tons annually.
DTEK is ready to start construction of the second stage of the wind farm in Q2 2024 and complete the construction in late 2025. Gradual connection of the installed wind turbines to the grid is expected from the end of 2024.
Investments in the second stage of Tiligul wind farm will amount to EUR 450 million and will be financed by the company and leading Western banks under government guarantees.

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