Alina Sviderska, the EUEA Board Member, Head of Government Relations and Business Development Manager in Ukraine at Scatec Solar, in the author’s column in Ukrayinska Pravda proves that the existing problems in the energy sector are complex and should be addressed appropriately, and not only blame for their occurrence “green” generation.

“Ukrainian energy is not experiencing the best of times: the new electricity market has not been launched, the virus strikes blow after blow, energy demand is falling, oil prices are in the red. This mix of factors has caused unprecedented turbulence. But if you read most articles on the subject, the only and undeniable culprit is ‘green’ energy, which currently occupies only about 5% of the generation …

Blaming someone alone is much easier than solving the problem comprehensively – restarting the electricity market, launching the market of ancillary services, creating real competition, setting adequate tariffs …

However, the statement about “greedy investors” who came to the “highest green tariff in Europe” “went” so well to the Ukrainian energy community that under its cover the main problems may remain unresolved …

Global experience shows that Green Technologies are confidently moving towards becoming leaders in the global energy mix. In a global sense, it is a matter of time, in Ukraine – a matter of time and conscious, professional management of the Energy Sector. “

The full text of the article can be viewed at the link: https://bit.ly/2YGUV5L