The EU will transfer 5,700 solar panels to Ukraine for critical infrastructure
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Ukraine will receive the first batch of 5,700 solar panels to provide electricity to critical infrastructure amid Russian missile attacks. This was announced by the President of the European Commission , Ursula von der Leyen .

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"I can now announce that the first batch of solar panels will soon be delivered to Ukraine. ENEL (Italian energy company. – Ed .) will donate 5,700 panels to Ukraine. The solar panels are produced in Europe, in Catania, with the support of the European Innovation Fund," she said she.

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The panels are capable of covering 11,000 square meters of public building roofs and will be able to provide electricity to schools, hospitals and fire departments.

"I am sure that other European companies, as well as other EU members, will be inspired by this first step, so that Ukraine can work on clean electricity produced at home," said Ursula von der Leyen.

The Ministry of Energy of Ukraine clarified that the panels will arrive by summer.

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