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

Ukraine Turns to Nuclear, Renewables to Reduce Russia

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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