Sweden’s EcoEnergy to build 100MW biofuels plant in Ukraine
EcoEnergy Scandinavia, a Swedish renewables developer, has signed a memorandum of understanding to construct a 100MW biofuels plant in Ukraine.
The development and initial phase of construction will require an investment $120 million (€106.4 million), according to the Dnipropetrovsk Regional State Administration (DRSA).
The Investment Centre at the DRSA has proposed three sites for the plant, with which EcoEnergy will eliminate all landfills in Dnipropetrovsk, according to its contract.
EcoEnergy has several renewables projects across Eastern Europe and Russia, including an 8MW biomass heat plant in operation in Kaliningrad with several other projects in development.