Ukraine Turns to Nuclear, Renewables to Reduce Russia's Role in Power Generation

Ukraine Turns to Nuclear, Renewables to Reduce Russia's Role in Power Generation

Ukraine Turns to Nuclear, Renewables to Reduce Russia


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SUGAR LAND--February 24, 2022--Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas)--As tensions between Ukraine and Russia worsened, Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskyy called up military reservists and announced a 30-day state of emergency on Wednesday, while Russia continued to mobilize its own forces and recognized two Moscow-backed separatist regions of Ukraine as "independent." But it isn't just Russia's military that looms over Ukrainian life; the Eastern European country depends on imported energy sources to generate power, much of which comes directly from, or originates in, Russia. Industrial Info is tracking more than $28 billion worth of active power-generation projects within Ukraine, including about $1 billion worth already under construction.

Within this article: Details on some of Ukraine's major power-generation projects, including major additions to nuclear, coal-fired, hydro and wind-generation facilities.

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