The Foundation also undertook to organize and pay for the delivery of the generator units to Ukraine from the port of Gdansk (Poland).
Diesel-fuelled generators of this type are high-power and large-size units capable of catering for significant loads. They generate high-quality current for extended periods of time and can ensure the operation of a large number of household appliances or several units of power-intensive and sensitive professional equipment. In addition, unlike gasoline-fuelled models, these generators do not require frequent interruptions for cooling.
These power units make it possible to provide electricity to hospitals, schools, kindergartens, universities and even small settlements.
After receiving the equipment, Vadym Novynskyi Foundation will hand it over to the humanitarian aid facilities in Ukraine that need such installations the most.
It will be recalled that the total amount allocated by Vadym Novynskyi for humanitarian projects after 24 February stands at almost 1 billion hryvnias (UAH).