Ukraine and Denmark concord on a joint project to cut energy consumption

Ukraine and Denmark concord on a joint project to cut energy consumption

On Monday, 10 November, Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseniy Yatsenyuk met with the Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of Denmark Martin Lidegaard, who is staying in Kiev for a visit.

During the meeting the parties discussed priority cooperation lines between the two Governments and particular measures Copenhagen takes to [...]

EBRD establishes multi-donor fund to support reforms in Ukraine

EBRD establishes multi-donor fund to support reforms in Ukraine

International donors have committed €11 million to a new fund established and managed by the EBRD that will support Ukraine’s efforts to reform its economy, improve its business climate and return to a path of sustainable growth.

Grants to the EBRD-Ukraine Stabilisation and Sustainable Growth Multi-Donor Account (MDA) were made [...]

Nordic support for energy efficiency measures in Ukraine

Nordic support for energy efficiency measures in Ukraine

The Nordic Ministers for Foreign Affairs have at the Nordic Council session in Stockholm decided to provide further assistance and support to energy efficiency measures in Ukraine.

The support will be channelled through a new funding programme named Nordic energy efficiency and humanitarian support initiative.  The assistance will be provided through NEFCO with [...]

EBRD arranges financing package of EUR 14 million to improve district heating in Lutsk

EBRD arranges financing package of EUR 14 million to improve district heating in Lutsk

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), the Eastern Europe Energy Efficiency and Environment Partnership (E5P) and the Clean Technology Fund (CTF) are providing further resources to modernise district heating systems in Ukraine, which account for 20 per cent of the country’s total CO2 emissions and consume almost 44 per [...]

Buildings hold key to Europe’s gas independence, study says

Buildings hold key to Europe’s gas independence, study says

The released analysis “Increasing the EU’s Energy Independence: A No-Regrets Strategy for Energy Security and Climate Change” argues that carbon reductions of 49% or more could be achieved, and comes just days before the European Council meets to set new climate change targets. 

Buildings account for 39% of final [...]

NEURC still not reduced "green tariffs" causing the state lack money for coal - Prodan

NEURC still not reduced

National Energy and Utilities Regulation Commission still did not consider ministerial proposal to reduce "green tariffs" in order to release funds for the purchase of sufficient coal  amounts for thermal power plants. Minister of Energy refers to the National Commission to urgently take all the necessary decisions to balance the [...]

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