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who we are

UDPR is an investment and development company in the Ukrainian renewable energy industry. We see our cause as a noble one as we believe this business contributes to a brighter future for all humanity. We adapt and implement world trend technologies in Ukraine with full commitment to quality and long-term performance. As well as create and operate our own capacities in renewables.

We search for investment opportunities for stakeholders and partners, while opening up the Ukrainian market to global players with sufficient reliability and safety.


Our approach is based on clarity and transparency. We believe this is the only way to build strong partnerships, meet the expectations of our clients, and gain their trust and recognition. We are also constantly improving our services to deliver the best solutions and quality results.

Our job is to develop projects on a “turn-key” basis that includes: legal and technical due diligence of the land plot, interconnection check-up due diligence, land status reclaim, project design, technical documentation development, feed-in tariff obtaining, EPC and O&M.


Under Construction
Under Development

Dymerka PVPP-1

The first phase of Dymerska Photovoltaic Power Plant, the biggest in Kyiv Region. Commissioned on September 2017.

Location: Kyiv Region
DC capacity: 6 MW
Land use: 13.0 ha
Reduction of CO2: 6500 tons
Jobs created: 50 employees


Scythia Solar-1

Comissioning 2018

Location: Zaporizzhia
DC capacity: 13,0 MW
Land use: 20 ha
Reduction of CO2: 15600 tons
Jobs creation: 40 employees



Comissioning 2018

Location: Kherson Region
DC capacity: 18,3 MW
Land use: 30 ha
Reduction of CO2: 22000 tons
Jobs creation: 40 employees


Dymerka PVPP-4

Comissioning 2018

Location: Kyiv Region
DC capacity: 28 MW
Land use: 51.0 ha
Reduction of CO2: 30000 tons
Jobs creation: 40 employees


Dymerka PVPP-3

Commisioning 2018

Location: Kyiv Region
DC capacity: 9,5 MW
Land use: 19.5 ha
Reduction of CO2: 10600 tons
Job creation: 30 employees


Dymerka PVPP-2

Commisioning 2018

Location: Kyiv Region
DC capacity: 9,5 MW
Land use: 19.5 ha
Reduction of CO2: 10600 tons
Jobs creation: 40 employees


Kherson region

Kherson region is the most perspective Ukrainian area for solar energy development. Their amount of solar radiation can be compared to northern Italy, which is the leader by quantity of solar power plants in the world.

Planned capacity: 18,2 MW

Zaporizzhia region

Having a highly skilled local execution team, which supports the development and construction of the solar project pipeline in this area, reinforces UDPR commitment to the sustainable energy development in the region. Solar radiation in area: 1459 kW-hr/m²/year

Planned capacity: 35 MW

Odesa Region

The region remains particularly attractive for photovoltaic installations because it offers high level of solar irradiation and has large areas of unutilized land, unsuitable for agricultural purposes.

Planned capacity: 50 MW


committed to Earth

Our main goal is to build a better future for the next generations by implementing and delivering clean solar electricity. As a company, we feel we have the power to popularize environmentally responsible behavior that will lead to reducing and preventing environmental damage.

Environmental protection is an essential part of our philosophy. To be a good role model is our duty.


UDPR Experience

Our mission is to create new sources of growth for international power generating companies in Ukraine.

We make it possible by offering high-quality and high-yield projects for the further development, while co-investing and providing efficient local risks control.

for investors

Generating capacity

6 MW
40 MW
100 MW
180 MW

We are proud to be a part of one of the leading developer groups in Ukraine



CFO at UDP Renewables Kiril Bondar on Solar Power Plant Development in Ukraine

CEELM reported that Everlegal had advised UDP Renewables, part of the UDP development group, on its development of the Dymerska Solar Power Plant in Ukraine


Renewable energy investors return to Ukraine with cautious optimism

Since 2015, the sector returned to stable growth. And in 2017, it is expected another 350–400 megawatts to come online from solar power stations alone.


Ukraine’s UDP to invest $300 mln in alternative energy by 2022

The first phase of a solar power plant in Kyiv region with a capacity of 6 MW has already been connected to the power grids

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