The biofuel market in Ukraine has a number of problems that require an immediate solution. Thus, instability of prices for biofuels negatively affects the work of existing and the emergence of new generating facilities. The price of firewood, pellets, cod and other solid biofuels may vary by area several times. The mechanism for organizing the biofuel market in Ukraine should be the use of a single electronic platform where all interested producers and consumers will have a possibility for biofuels trading. Thus, instability of prices, the unreliability of supply and doubtful quality of biofuels negatively affect the work of existing and the emergence...
The current state of the development of bioenergy in Ukraine is presented. Prospects for the production of heat from biomass by sectors of consumption until2050 are estimated. The most important barriers to the development of the sector are analyzed, ways for their complete or partial overcoming are suggested.
Problems and prospects for bioenergy development in Ukraine. Geletukha G.G., Zheliezna T.A., Bashtovyi A.I., Geletukha H. I. Journal "Promyslova teplotekhnika", 2018, v. 40, №2 (p. 41-48)
The biofuel market in Ukraine has a number of problems that require an immediate solution.
Thus, instability of prices, unreliability of supply and doubtful quality of biofuels negatively affect the work of existing and the emergence of new generating facilities. This indicates that the biofuels market is developing spontaneously and needs to be changed.
Sergii Savchuk, Head of State AGency of Energy Efficiency and Energy Saving of Ukraine,Oleksandr Dombrovskyi, First Vice-chairman of the Committee on Fuel and Energy Complex, Nuclear Policy and Nuclear Safety, Diana Korsakaite, Director of USAID Municipal Energy Reform Project (MERP), Georgii Geletukha, Head of the Board of Bioenergy...
The share of renewable energy sources in the energy balance of Ukraine is steadily increasing, but this is not enough. Major legislative changes in the sector are needed.
The events of recent weeks, called "gas crisis", again raise the question for society about the need for energy saving and natural gas replacing. It is important to find out what domestic bioenergy can do for this, especially if it will be not in the regime of permanent barriers overcoming but will be in the regime of supported development.
About this and more read in the joint article by Oleksandr Dombrovsky, Diana Korsakaite, Georgii...