During the European Sustainable Energy Week on June 17, 2015, at 14:00 in Ukraine Crisis Media Center EUEA will hold second meeting of professional talks that will focus on bio energy – “RES in Ukraine: Biomass. Risks. Opportunities”.
“For years we have talked about energy security in terms of secure external suppliers and secure routes for fossil fuels – this is important but only half of the story. The secret to true energy security lies closer to home: clean, locally-produced renewable energy” – Miguel Arias Cañete, Commissioner for Climate Action and Energy.
According to the “REMAP 2030. Renewable Prospects for Ukraine” report by IRENA, biomass component will reach 76% of RES in Ukraine in 2030 and 16% of final energy consumption.
Obviously market of biomass in Ukraine is one of the most attractive for investors and developers. But where Ukrainian biomass market stands in terms of risks and propositions?
Moderator: Naum Rikshpun, Member of EUEA Board, Partner, Traficon
Presentation by Jean-Marc Jossart, Secretary-General, European Biomass Association
“The future of bio energy in the context of legislative changes” – PhD Svitlana Teush, Senior Associate, Arzinger Law Firm
“Risk insurance for biomass projects” – Maryna Korniyenko, Manager of Inshurance Department , Universal Insurance Brokers and Consultants
“Regional energy clusters development in Ukraine” – Ivan Grygoruk, Advisor, Center for Economic and Environmental Partnership
“Development of the pellet market of Ukraine” – Mykola Kolomyichenko, President, Ukrainian Pellet Union
Place: Ukrainian House (2, Khreschatyk Street, Kyiv)
Date: June 17, 2015
Time: 14:00 – 15:30
Language: Ukrainian / Russian / English (simultaneous translation)
Entrance by registration only.
Registration/media accreditation: Natalia Tatarchuk, EUEA Communications Manager at 38 095 602 84 60 or firstname.lastname@example.org