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Mykolaiv Regional Children's Clinical Hospital

30 April 2024. The official opening day of the hybrid solar station at the Mykolaiv Regional Children's Clinical Hospital.  

On the roof of the Mykolaiv Regional Children's Clinical Hospital, a total of 128 photovoltaic modules with a capacity of 58.24 kW with inverters and energy storage systems for 98.24 kWh were installed. These systems provide independent power supply to the hospital for up to 6 hours when the main power source is disconnected. And from now on, 35% of the hospital's annual energy consumption will be provided by solar energy. This station is the fourth in the 50 Solar Hospitals initiative.  

With the installation of the solar station at the Mykolaiv Regional Children's Clinical Hospital, we are starting a new stage in the development of our foundation: we are expanding our activities in the Mykolaiv region. This is the first, and I am sure not the last, project for us in the region, as there is an urgent and vital need to treat patients and work smoothly. It is indeed a very important region for us, as Mykolaiv Regional Children's Hospital is the main medical institution in Kherson Region and is responsible for saving hundreds of lives. Therefore, our solar power plant, which will cover up to 35% of the hospital's electricity needs, will ensure an uninterrupted supply of electricity to the institution, as Mykolaiv is a frontline city and is subject to daily shelling by the enemy. So this is not only a step forward in the implementation of renewable energy, but also a way to improve access to medical care for children in a region with a high level of danger,” said Yuliana Onishchuk, founder and director of the Energy Act for Ukraine Foundation.  

Construction and installation works  

Construction and installation works at the Mykolaiv Regional Children's Clinical Hospital. Installation of solar panels on the roof.                      

We have received equipment from our partners: 

  • 128 solar panels with a capacity of 58.24 kW,   

  • energy storage systems with a capacity of 98.24 kWh,   

  • 2 Deye inverters.  

Start of work on the project at the Mykolaiv Regional Children's Clinical Hospital. 

The implementation of the solar station will help reduce emissions of harmful air pollutants, including CO2, by 1625 tonnes over 25 years.   

Partners and donors: Garnier Ukraine, Menlo Electric S.A., RODINA

Project cost: 
119 000 EUR

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