Translated version of this PSD: Ukrainian
The EBRD is considering providing a senior loan to Novoazovskiy Wind Park (the “Borrower”). The financing will enable the Borrower to complete construction and commission additional 32.5 MW capacities at the existing wind farm located in Donetsk region. It will use proven technology supplied by Führlander, a well known German manufacturer.
The EBRD intends to utilise Clean Technology Fund (CTF) support for this project in the form of a senior loan with possible concessional elements, depending on further financial analysis, to support the development of a market for large-scale wind technology in Ukraine.
When approved by the Board of the EBRD, the project will have the following transition impact:
(i) the demonstration effect of successfully operating private wind power generation facility;
(ii) involvement of new investors and lenders to the renewable energy sector in Ukraine;
(iii) use of innovative for Ukrainian power sector non-recourse funding scheme
LLC Novoazovskiy Wind Park is a special purpose Company incorporated in Ukraine.
Loan up to EUR 33.3million, supplemented by a loan of up to EUR 15.5m from the CTF.
Up to EUR 95.2 million.
Category B. Environmental and social issues associated with the expansion of an existing wind farm, and replacement of small turbines with larger units can be readily assessed and mitigated.
The Bank retained an independent consultant to undertake an Environmental and Social Diligence (ESDD) of the project. The ESDD confirmed that the site is not located in a sensitive area, and that the project is fully structured to meet the Bank’s Performance Requirements. The area has been associated with wind power generation since the early 1990’s.
As part of the ESDD, a Stakeholder Engagement Programme (SEP) was developed by the Company. This includes the development of a web site, and disclosure of additional information on environmental impacts, notably the Non-Technical Summary (NTS) can be found on the website.
Based on the results of the environmental and social due diligence, an Environmental and Social Action Plan was developed and agreed with the Company.
A non technical summary (NTS) of the Project can be obtained in English (838KB - PDF) (Non Technical Summary)
The project company
(i) will be required to provide the Bank with an annual environmental report, including updates on the bird and bat monitoring undertaken, and notification on any material accidents or incidents,
(ii) will conduct its business with due regard to National and EU environmental regulations and standards, and
(iii) will arrange for periodic environmental audits and monitoring visits by Bank staff or appointed representatives, if and when deemed necessary.
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