Between August 14-17, 2018, stock trading on biofuels took place at the Agrarian Stock Exchange. Interview from Alexander Mariuchnich - director of the Agrarian Stock Exchange, about first test electronic biofuel trading (in Ukrainian) You can view here.
Chairman of the Board of the Bioenergy Association of Ukraine – Georgii Geletukha for Weekly news digest "Energo Dzherela":
"The Bioenergy Association of Ukraine welcomes the opening of a new exchange section – Biomass – within the framework of the Agrarian Stock Exchange. We see in it the market mechanism by which the real cost of biofuels will be established, the issues of guaranteeing the supply of biofuels by counteragents of...
Congratulations to Ecodevelop LLC (Kyiv) on joining the Bioenergy Association of Ukraine!
The group of companies Ecodevelop is engaged in the development and implementation of bioenergy projects. Ecodevelop specializes in the construction of modern biogas plants that convert organic waste (livestock, plant, solid waste, sewage) into electrical and thermal energy, balanced organic biofertilizers.
The company has successfully built in Bziv village. Kyiv region, a biogas plant with a capacity of 330 kWe, which produces energy through the processing of farm waste (manure) and corn silage grown on the fields of the farm.
On August 14-17, 2018, stock trading on Between August 14-17, 2018, stock trading on biofuels took place at the Agrarian Stock Exchange.
Read the full interview from Alexander Mariuchnich, director of the Agrarian Stock Exchange, about:- What are the bidding principles of the Agrarian Exchange in the biomass market?- Who were the bidders and how they were involved? What were the obstacles?- What types of biofuels were traded through an electronic platform?- How were tradings going on?- How did the auction end? What were the volumes and prices?- According to the results, what needs to be upgraded in the system, how...
The second FORBIO project webinar is devoted to the results of the sustainability assessment of the bioenergy chains in the project site in Ukraine. The sustainability assessment was conducted for the 2nd generation bioethanol production from specially cultivated bioenergy crops by the FORBIO project partner: the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO).
Within the framework of the Webinar will be also presented the results of the discussion on the barriers of the bioenergy chain implementation at the site of the FORBIO project in Ukraine. The webinar will be interesting for project developers, academics, investors and other organizations and experts interested in...
The FORBIO project webinar is prepared under the guidance of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) for project developers, researchers, investors and other organizations and experts interested in assessing the impacts from bioenergy chains of value added.
Within the framework of the webinar, the adapted set of Global Bioenergy Partnership (GBEP) sustainability indicators prepared within the framework of the FORBIO project and the methodology for assessing the sustainability of the case study sites in the FORBIO target countries (Germany, Italy and Ukraine) will be presented.
Date and time: September 7, 11:00 - 12:00 (Kyiv time).