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Austria-based Activ Solar has completed the second phase of the Starokozache Solar Power Station, located in the region of Odessa, Ukraine.

This second and final phase adds an additional 21.77 MW, raising the project's total installed capacity to 42.95 MW.

The Starokozache Power Station is installed over an 80-hectare surface and consists of 185,952 multicrystalline solar modules and 41 inverters. The company is also currently developing and constructing more solar parks in the region.



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