The renewable energy development in Ukraine has long been hampered by political speculation and regulatory turbulence. The new Electricity Market Law promises hope for accelerating the industry growth. It shows continuity and reproduces key elements of the state support, including the feed-in tariff, which remains attractive.
PPA can now be concluded at early project stages to facilitate external funding. The responsibility for imbalances will be gradually introduced to meet the needs for the system balancing. These and other issues are addressed by Svitlana Teush, a counsel at Redcliffe Partners, in the article "The Law of Ukraine "On the Electricity Market"– integrating “green" energy in the new market landscape".
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