Vice President of the Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, acting commissioner of Ukraine at the exhibition Serhiy Svystil said this to journalists, an Ukrinform correspondent reports.
"Korea has selected 15 projects to invest their experience and finances in the Ukrainian solar energy," he said.
In addition, Svystil said, Ukraine has the proposals for introducing the solar energy from Malaysia.
As the Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce and Industry stated, the Korean company UNINK selected for in-depth study such projects as construction of the Lubel coal mine, Carpathian wind power plant with the capacity of 36.3 MW, solar power plant, wind power plant with the capacity of 39.6 MW and construction of the Warsaw-Lviv European track.
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