The DTEK company, which is a member of the European-Ukrainian Energy Agency (EUEA), announced the launch of a new wind power plant (WPP) in the south of Ukraine. A representative of the EUEA together with colleagues from other RES associations attended the official opening and congratulated the DTEK team on the first commissioning of the wind farm built during the war.

The first phase of the Tyligul wind farm, located 100 km from the territory of the Mykolayiv region occupied by the russian army, has already started producing clean electricity. 19 turbines with an installed capacity of 114 MW of WPP generate to 390 thousand kWh of electricity per year.

The company has already started the construction of the II phase of the Tyligul WPP and the installation of 64 new turbines. The project has a capacity of 500 MW, making it the largest wind farm in Eastern Europe. General Director of DTEK M. Tymchenko noted, “Tyligulska WPP is our practical step towards the development of clean energy in Ukraine and strengthening of energy security in Europe. Already now, having completed the first stage of construction, we are sending a signal to our international partners that they can invest in Ukraine today, without waiting for the end of the war.”