Energy efficient buildings not only reduce the cost of consuming energy resources but also improve living standards. 

🗓 Date and time: October 7, 09: 30-11: 00, online.

Who will be interested: Ukrainian banks, international financial organizations, international partners and donors, developers, public authorities, public organizations, journalists, specialists.

Participation is free of charge. Language: Ukrainian



✔️ Oleksandra Gumeniuk, EUEA Director;

✔️Valentyna Huch-Denysenko, Energy Efficiency Expert of the Reform Support Office at the Ministry of Community and Territory Development of Ukraine;

✔️  Iryna Sukhodub, Specialist in energy modeling and green certification of buildings, іC consulenten Ukraine;

✔️ Andriy Hapon, Executive Director of the Business Development Fund.


➖Despite the fact that a significant part of Ukrainian households receives subsidies, the debts of Ukrainians for housing and communal services continue to grow, in particular, due to cross-subsidization of the price of electricity, which keeps it low.

➖The population consumes a lot of energy compared to other countries, there are not enough funds to implement energy efficiency measures.

That is why it is advisable to implement social support programs and green financial instruments to promote energy efficiency in Ukraine.

In particular, we will talk about:

📍Overview of the European project “Smarter finances for families” and the main elements of green housing finance. «Residential Green Finance».

📍The results of an expert opinion survey on the combination of two state initiatives “Affordable Mortgage” and “Green European Course” conducted by EUEA.

📍The state of affairs with the development and approval of building standards with almost net-zero consumption.

📍 Characteristics of a “green” building, and how “green” buildings can improve the financial situation of the population and overcome energy poverty.

📍 Results of the implementation of the state program “Affordable Mortgage” and further plans of the Business Development Fund.

📍 The need to increase the share of green financial instruments to stimulate the implementation of sustainable projects, including in the housing sector.

See you on Thursday!