Maryna Hritsyshyna specializes in renewable energy projects, energy market, and dispute resolutions in the energy sector.
Responsible for providing legal support to complex projects in the renewable energy sector, she has extensive experience of drafting and negotiating a wide range of agreements, including wind turbine supply and installation agreements, turnkey agreements (including, EPC under FIDIC forms), service agreements, and re-negotiations of existing contracts. She has experience of supporting all legal issues connected to the construction of renewable energy projects.
Maryna had extensive experience in litigation defence of renewable projects in Ukraine and the interests of investors. Maryna represented the interests of the country’s largest RES producer in disputes with the energy market regulator regarding the non-adjustment and decrease of the feed-in tariff. She also participated in the resolution of disputes connected with the grid connection of RES projects.
Before joining Sayenko Kharenko, Maryna was engaged in legal support on the following renewable energy projects:
New scheme of support and new electricity market (for renewable projects in Ukraine)
Balance in wires: how imbalances are regulated under the rules of the new energy market (in Ukrainian)
Couldn't wait: what's the result of the "green tariff" debt (in Ukrainian)
Traders are under pressure: who will be able to resell electricity in Ukraine (in Ukrainian)
"3D-model" for Ukrainian energy market transformation (in Ukrainian)
The second life for Oblenergos: what the electricity supply reform requires (in Ukrainian)
Auctions for Renewables in Ukraine: What do Investors Expect from the New Stimulation Scheme
Challenges for Ukrenergo: the role of a company in a new electricity market? (in Ukrainian)
Specifics of expertise for construction projects of the RES objects (in Ukrainian)
The current in European: how Ukraine liberalises its electricity market (in Ukrainian)
Let the game start: who are the main players in the electricity market (in Ukrainian)
Let there be a current (in Russian)