The Chinese company signed a Protocol for the implementation of projects in the energy sector in the Odessa, Nikolaev and Kherson areas.
Chinese state company its empty (China National Complete Engineering Corporation) and a private company GCL (Golden Concord Holdings Limited) signed a Protocol for the implementation of projects in the energy sector in the Odessa, Nikolaev and Kherson areas, reports Rus.Media. This was announced by Director of Ukrainian Association of the silk road Silk Link Irina Nikora.
“Despite the decline in the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine in 2016, “green tariffs”, the company its empty and GCL are interested and successfully negotiate the project of solar energy in Odessa region”, – said Nikora.
At the same time commenting on the disappointment of the Chinese company CNBM decrease by Parliament in 2016, the tariffs for electricity produced by solar power plants, Nikora noted that the Parliament adopted a decision that meets the national interests of the state.
“Company CNBM came to the Ukrainian market during the presidency of Yanukovych in cooperation with Klyuev, the details of the conditions of their joint work is not published, but the amount of investment is about $1 billion. of Course, when the company entered the market, she was attached to the lobby at a very high level, but with losses for the budget of our country. In 2016 the Verkhovna Rada voted for the adoption of the law on “green” tariff, which meets the national interests of the state”, – says Director of Silk Link.
As reported, the Verkhovna Rada reduced the “green” tariff for electricity produced by solar power plants of over 10 MW, put into operation before 30 June 2015, 1.8 times. The Chairman of the Board of the Chinese company CNBM said that the decision of the Council discriminate against Chinese state investment, and “embodies the practice of electoral legislation in Ukraine”.
Under this category fall the solar power plant, owned today is CNBM. The construction of these stations has been the company Activ Solar fugitive ex-head of presidential administration Andrey Klyuev and his brother, the fugitive Deputy of the Parliament Sergei Klyuyev.