Integrites has advised EuroCape Ukraine I on the commencement of commercial generation of electricity in Phase I of the 500 MW Zaporizhzhia Wind Park.
EuroCape Ukraine I, a subsidiary of Luxembourg-based renewable energy producer LongWing Energy S.C.A., is a Ukrainian producer of renewable energy. In 2019, Integrites helped the company secure financing for the development of the wind park (as reported by CEE Legal Matters on August 1, 2019).
In Phase I, the wind park will operate at the capacity of 98 megawatts at the feed-in tariff set by the National Energy and Utilities Regulatory Commission of Ukraine. When fully operational, the wind park is expected to provide electricity for 780,000 households in Ukraine.
According to Integrites, the firm "advised Eurocape Ukraine I LLC on all aspects of the project, including structuring, financing, development, construction and operation, including advice on pre-PPA, commissioning, connection to the grid, getting the feed-in tariff and compliance with other regulatory technical requirements." According to the firm, it "also advised on the transmission and dispatch agreements, as well as the activation of the PPA with the guaranteed buyer."
The Integrites team included Managing Partner Oleksiy Feliv and Partners Igor Krasovskiy, Illya Tkachuk, and Viktoriya Fomenko.