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Rocketed wind farm in Ukraine feared offline

Parties behind 250MW wind farm Syvash no longer have control of the asset nor knowledge of the extent of damage.

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Wind farm Syvash, hit by a rocket in the early days of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, has most likely been disconnected from the Ukrainian power grid by Russian military forces, according to a stock exchange notice from developer East Renewable, which owns the facility alongside Total Eren.

”We have information to suggest that Russian occupation forces in Kherson have disconnected the Syvash wind farm from the 330kV grid,” writes East Renewable:

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