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Sayenko Kharenko Advises Wind Farm on 800 MW Project EPC Contract with Powerchina

Sayenko Kharenko Advises Wind Farm on 800 MW Project EPC Contract with Powerchina

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Sayenko Kharenko has advised Wind Farm LLC on its entry into an engineering, procurement, and construction agreement with Powerchina for the joint development of an 800 megawatt wind farm in the Mangushskyi and Nikolskyi districts of the Donetsk region in Ukraine.

Wind Farm is a Ukrainian developer of wind power plants. The company has developed wind farms with a total capacity of 1.3 gigawatts.

Powerchina is a Chinese state-owned investor and developer of low-carbon energy, water resources, and environmental construction. The company provides investment financing, planning, and design, construction contracting, and equipment manufacturing and management.

Sayenko Kharenko’s team consisted of Counsel Marina Hritsyshyna and Senior Associate Nataliia Hutarevych.

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