Wolfram called Ukraine’s officials to reconsider the current energy strategy, to turn away from nuclear power (the enormous overall costs of which are socialized among tax payers, whereas the profits are privatized by power plant operators) and to dare to go an unconventional way. Wolfram Rehbock is sure that this way would lead to energy independence, especially from Russia, for an affordable price and will cause sustainable economic growth of Ukraine.

EUEA Member of the Board Mr. Nikolai Troitsky spoke at the 2nd International Forum on Eco-friendly and Energy Efficient Construction e3forum
Director of EUEA, Elena Rybak at the 5th Renewable Energy Finance Forum – Central & Eastern Europe