Chernobyl was, and in many ways still is, the scene of a nightmarish nuclear reactor failure in 1986, which caused the death of 31 and poisoned countless others. But against all odds, a site near the plant has now been transformed into a solar energy complex. Costing just over £1million, the project has been developed by Rodina and German renewables group Enerparc in an attempt to bring value to the desolate region. Mr Variagin isn’t an opportunist merely looking to exploit cheap land for profit. As a Ukrainian citizen he wants to do something positive for the region.
Energy Voice 5th Feb 2018 read more »