14-15 November 2023 | Warsaw Marriott Hotel, Warsaw, Poland

08 Nov 2022
 - 10:30 BST (UTC +01:00)

Case Study: How PV Can Provide Resilience in War Zones or Security Against Attacks on Energy Assets.

In the invasion of Ukraine, we have seen energy assets targeted with rocket strikes. However the example of A 3.9 MW solar plant in Ukraine's Kharkiv region partly resuming operations after just a week despite suffering damages in a Russian missile attack shows how PV assets may offer increased flexibility and energy security in the face hostile forces.

Head of the Council
Ukrainian Association of Renewable Energy
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