DTEK has unveiled plans to expand existing and new renewable energy sources (RES) projects in the European energy market, through which it will look at hydrogen energy projects and energy storage systems.
The company’s commitment follows the opening of a new office in London and a new goal to create an ecosystem to attract investment and innovative technologies in new Ukrainian energy projects.
“We are establishing a hub to attract investment in new energy projects in Ukraine. This primarily concerns renewable energy sources, energy storage systems and hydrogen energy projects,” said DTEK CEO Maxim Timchenko.
“In addition to increasing gas production and improving the country’s grids, these areas have been identified as the priority in our strategy presented in December 2020.”
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