– Biogas production and supply;
– Technologies for smart grids and smart metering;
– E-Mobility.

Lots of intelligent solutions for the energy safety in the future compete for setting the standards for the next generation. In discussions with participants , it was noted that Ukraine, unfortunately, is still not a very perspective market for those companies, even for those which have existing activities in neighboring countries. Promoting the potentials of Ukraine and working on better investment climate and reputation of it thus remain the central tasks for the EUEA.

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