The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is organising a financing programme of up to €7.1 million to construct and bring into operation a 2.25 MW biogas plant, adjacent to Rokytne sugar mill in the Kiev region. The plant, which will be the largest facility of this type in the country, will generate electricity to be sold to the national grid at the agreed “green” tariff.
Through this project the Bank will continue to promote renewable energy generation in Ukraine, which is increasingly important for the country’s energy security. The financing package arranged by the Bank includes a 10-year EBRD loan of up to €5.07 million and a 15-year loan of up to €2.03 million from the Clean Technology Fund (CTF).
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