DTEK joined the new World Economic Forum COVID-19 Response Platform aimed to ensure that companies have continuous access to trusted information and analysis, the business community can make the best decisions and stand together as one, and that assets and capabilities within the business community are mobilized to support the global response.
GOLAW prepared an article “Quarantine as a force majeure: what does this mean for business?” Imagine that someone’s business was badly affected by the quarantine and that person was able to obtain certificates of force majeure regarding its contracts. However, this is not a permit for non-performance of the contractual obligations. The most interesting thing about force majeure is that it releases from liability for non-performance, but does not absolves from the performance of the obligation itself
An investment projec of Vakulivska SPP put up for sale under the Helios Strategia Ready to build proposal.
iC consulenten Ukraine
iC consulenten Ukraine organized a practical workshop “Optimised grid integration of renewable electricity in Ukraine: strategic steps and priorities” on behalf of client German Energy Agency (dena) in partnership with Ukrenergo. The event took place on the 5th of March in Kyiv.
Commercial Director of EDS Engineering Vladimir Suprun on the impact of coronavirus on the Ukrainian RES sector and the necessary steps of the authorities and business.
For some companies, a time of crisis is a time of new opportunities. For example, Meganom Ukraine arranged mega discounts to avoid downtime in the power cable warehouses of the PJSC Pivdenkabel.
Scatec Solar have published Annual Report and Sustainability Report for 2019, summarising a year of record performance.
Schneider Electric has taken decisive action to achieve carbon neutrality. The company has developed an action plan to create a carbon-free world and cut carbon neutrality by 5 years
Voltage Group General Director Dmytro Furdyga – speaker at the Future Community Business Forum «GROMADA MAYBUTNYOGO»
On March 3, Vinnitsa hosted the first conference of effective practices dedicated to the qualitative development of territorial communities of Ukraine.
Within the framework of the business event, Voltage Group General Director Dmytro Furdygademonstrated how the construction of renewable energy facilities contributes to the development of territorial communities and enhances their energy independence. The speaker outlined the key “bonuses” of SPP construction for local communities.
Dmytro Furdyga also revealed the role and potential of energy cooperatives in building local communities and reaffirmed Voltage Group’s willingness to actively contribute to the development of this global trend.