PMU has participated on presentation of FORBIZ project within the EU4Buisiness initiative. The project supports Ukraine's reform agenda and its economic recovery by proposing a a systematic, smart change to buisiness friendly environment in the country with particular focus on SME's.
Ms. Valentyna Pylypenko, Operational Global Environment Facility (GEF) Focal Point, hold the meeting with Project team. Strategic and technical issues on project implementation and coordination with international donor institutions were discussed during the meeting. Ms. Pylypenko positively evaluate Project results and expressed hope for further cooperation of the UNIDO Projects and central executive bodies of Ukraine.
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The necessity to improve the level of energy safety in Ukraine is defined as one of the key priorities of the state. Thus adoption of renewable energy sources as the part of the process of fuel switching from conventional fuel and energy resources is a basic element of current energy policy. At the same time, implementation of energy saving technologies and improving energy efficiency of the economy will contribute to improvement in the environment, greenhouse gases emission reduction as well as compliance with international commitments of Ukraine to prevent climate changes.
The practical evidence of such state policy in the sphere of renewable energy is the "Improving energy efficiency and promoting renewable energy in the agro-food and other small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Ukraine" project initiated by the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) and the Global Environment Facility (GEF), which implementation period expires in May 2016.
The key institution for the project implementation is the Institute of Renewable Energy of NAS of Ukraine. The public counterparts are the Ministry of Agrarian Policy and Food and the State Agency of Energy Efficiency and Energy Saving of Ukraine.
To develop a market environment for scaling up energy efficiencies and enhanced use of renewable energy (RE) technologies for fuel switching in the energy intensive manufacturing small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Ukraine as a basis for promoting their competitiveness while ensuring an integrated approach for lower carbon intensity and improvement in the local environment.
The project is open for partnership. Your first step to mutual cooperation is filled questionnaire. Please, send it to us and we will contact you.
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