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Vlasne Energy

Utilizing Green Energy in Creating Eco-Space for Residents

About the Project

With a population of 32,000 people and an area of 450 hectares, Vlasne Misto is Ukraine's first autonomous city built as an eco-space to facilitate business, leisure, development and recreation amongst the serenity of nature. Located 7 km from Kyiv, the city seamlessly integrates state-of-the-art technologies into the historical landscape, maintaining its distance from industrial expansion. 

Vlasne Energy project can help reduce dependence on the unstable energy market, system outages, ensure full autonomy from external networks, reduce and balance the carbon footprint of the city and ensure sustainable energy security through a combination of energy generation and storage systems. The products and services produced within the cluster will be economically attractive and sustainable through sustainable tariffication at the level between the tariffs of the National Energy Company of Ukraine and the green tariffs. The sale of energy residues to the foreign market is 20-25% of the energy produced, which will cost-effectively balance the needs of the local ATC, thereby ensuring the cluster's social initiative.

Market Potential in the Kyiv Region

With a population of 387,940 people, Kyiv region, and especially the districts of Bucha and Makariv, represent a stable and growing market for energy supply. The average electricity demand per capita is 165 kWh per month, or 768,367,800 kWh annually in total, which highlights the significant potential for investment in the energy sector.


The Bucha and Makariv regions are attractive for energy investments due to their strategic location, rapid infrastructure development and large population. The transition to renewable energy is not only an environmentally responsible step, but also a cost-effective investment choice. Investing in green energy in the Kyiv region can meet the growing demand and become the basis for a sustainable energy future for the region.

In the suburbs

205 MW of Renewable Energy

Solar park

50 MW

Rooftop solar stations

30 MW

Wind turbine park

35 MW

Wind energy station

90 MW

Biomethane Potential

Vlasne Energy team assesses the project's total potential for biogeneration at 7,500 thousand cubic meters, with the possibility of enrichment to 4.5 million cubic meters of methane and 1.8 million cubic meters of CO2. The gases can be further utilised in greenhouse farming, generating up to 33,000 MWh of electricity annually.

Municipal solid waste (MSW): 1,670 thousand cubic meters.


Municipal waste (fallen leaves, lawn grass): 130 thousand cubic meters.


Greenhouse farms: 330 thousand cubic meters.


Equestrian sports complex: 200 thousand cubic meters.


Waste from eco-farms: 1,650 thousand cubic meters.


Purchased raw materials (straw): 1,800-6,000 thousand cubic meters.


Forest park management food waste processing: 1,800 thousand cubic meters.

Our Strengths

Government support

One of the key strengths of our project is the support of government agencies, manifested through the recently signed memorandum of partnership with the two amalgamated territorial communities (ATCs). This agreement emphasizes mutual commitment and cooperation in implementing energy independence programs at the regional level.

Safe location

In the context of wartime challenges, our project prioritizes the safety of the residents and infrastructure by implementing solutions that promote stability and recovery in the region. The focus on security strengthens community trust but also creates a solid foundation for the project's sustainability and longevity.

Long-term relations

Our strategy focuses on creating strong and mutually beneficial relationships with all stakeholders, including consumers, investors and partners, to ensure the reliability and sustainability of the project in the long term. We believe that mutual trust, shared goals, and flexibility in addressing challenges are key to the success of the project, as they create a solid foundation for collaboration, innovation and sustainability.

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