The boiler plant meets 40 percent of the city`s heat energy and hot water needs. Due to the use of renewable energy sources, the city of Slavutych will be capable to save at least 4 million hryvnias during the next heating season. It is also expected to reduce natural gas consumption by 7 million cubic meters. Continue reading “The largest Ukrainian biofuel boiler plant with a capacity of 10,5 MW launched in the city of Slavutych”
The Group of Companies Ukrteplo is expanding its own network of biofuel boiler plants and increasing production of heat energy from renewable sources.
As of the heating season of 2016-2017, Ukrteplo has produced 130 thousand Gcal of heat. One would need over 16 million cubic meters of gas to produce such amount of energy; however, we used biofuels (pellets, briquettes, wood) instead of gas. As a result, we have managed to reduce consumption of blue fuel in Ukraine by this quantity.
We believe in Ukrainian renewable energy and continue to invest our money in its development.
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The Group of Companies Ukrteplo which runs the country`s largest network of biofuel boiler plants, expects to build a 12 MW CHP in Odesa region that will operate on agricultural wastes, as well as a bioethanol production plant.
Continue reading “Ukrteplo plans to invest 2,5 billion hryvnas in the bio-CHP and the ethanol production plant in Odesa region”
In particular, we have cultivated 12 hectares in Zhytomyr region, near the future bio-CHP. In addition, we have increased the area of queen cell in Kyiv region by 14 hectares. We have planted 3 hectares of energy willow for industrial use in the same place in Kyiv region as well.