Today, December 8, 2021, the General Meeting of the European-Ukrainian Energy Agency (EUEA) 2021 was held, where the EUEA Chairman of the Board – Mats Lundin and EUEA Vice-Chairs: Lena Rybak, Alina Sviderska, Max Lebediev were elected. In general now Board is represented by 9 EUEA members, additionally to those who were already mentioned: Alper Tuncer (EMSOLT), Yuri Giraffe Kubrushko (IMEPOWER), Dmytro Prinus (Indian Solar), Anton Mishyn ( DTEK Renewables), Olexiy Parkhomchuk (IFU).
Read the EUEA Annual Report 2021
By the initiative of the members of the EUEA Board, it was agreed to establish a Working Group on “green” financing, which aims to:
  • Raise awareness of “green” financial instruments;
  • Promote the development and study of international experience in the introduction of climate finance;
  • Promote the development of the regulatory environment in this area.
At the meeting, the activities of the EUEA during 2021 were summarized, namely in figures it looks like:
  • 32 events and meetings, about 40 letters and statements, 20 webinars;
  • 10 monthly monitoring of the RES sector;
  • EUEA’s social media audience increased by 30%, including Facebook, LinkedIn, and Newsletter subscribers;
  • The 12th European-Ukrainian Energy Day “Climate Lockdown: Time to Act Before It Is Too Late” was a significant event of EUEA, covering 8 hours of effective communication and more than 15,000 online viewers.
The General Meeting discussed and approved the main priority areas and action plans of the EUEA working groups for 2022.
In turn, “We are pleased to welcome the new members of the European-Ukrainian Energy Agency (EUEA) and thank all the full members of EUEA for their cooperation! As a non-profit organization, industry association, we continue to strengthen our position in the market of renewable energy, energy efficiency, green hydrogen, climate finance. EUEA is an industry association that since 2009 has brought together investors from Austria, Belgium, the United Kingdom, Spain, Canada, Norway, the United States, Turkey, Ukraine, Switzerland and other countries who have already invested more than EUR 3 billion in Ukraine and plan to continue “, – Oleksandra Gumeniuk, Director of EUEA said.