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


Dr. Stanislav Ignatiev

Head of the Council
Ukrainian Association of Renewable Energy
Dr. Stanislav Ignatiev
08 Nov 2022
 - 10:30 CET

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.

With gigawatt+ markets in Poland (1.4 GW), Bulgaria (1.1 GW), Hungary (2.1 GW) and Romania (1.4 GW) according to SolarPower Europe figures, Central and Eastern Europe presents a huge solar opportunity through to 2025. Join our mailing list to receive more information about the 2nd edition of Large Scale Solar Central & Eastern Europe.