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Ukrainian company seeks investment partners for Agro-Industrial Park 'AQUAPONICS'

A Ukrainian company is seeking investment partners for the development of an Agro-Industrial Park named 'AQUAPONICS.' Located in the Khmelnytskyi district, near the village of Pasichna, this project wants to introduce organic food production using aquaponics to cultivate fish and plants in a symbiotic environment.

At the core of the AQUAPONICS project lies a bold vision: to establish an energy-independent, profitable enterprise dedicated to producing high-quality organic food products. Through the symbiotic relationship between aquatic animals and plants, this initiative seeks to not only meet the region's demand for fresh, ecologically clean food but also contribute to the restoration of fish populations in the Azov Basin.

Four complexes
Structured around four complexes, the project will consist of a greenhouse complex spanning 2.6 hectares. The complex will serve as the foundation for organic vegetable cultivation. As well as a sturgeon farming complex encompassing 1.2 hectares. This facility will focus on the production of sturgeon for meat and roe products.

On top of that, there will be a product quality laboratory complex, existing of 0.2 hectares. Within the lab, research will be done on quality control standards. Lastly, there will be a Solar Energy System (SES) Complex covering 1.2 hectares, including a 2.5 MW solar power plant, contributing to the project's energy independence.

Required investment
The success of the AQUAPONICS project hinges on collaboration with strategic partners, therefore, the company is seeking investors willing to contribute to the project's growth and sustainability. With an investment capital requirement of $20 million, this partnership offers an opportunity to participate in a venture with economic and environmental implications.

Source: Enterprise Europe Network

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