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New UABio member - PJSC "MHP Eko Energy"

Congratulations to PJSC "MHP Eko Energy" on joining the Bioenergy Association of Ukraine! MHP Eko Energy Company started its activity in 2012. The main activity is implementation and management of energy projects. Implemented projects: Biogas complex of 5,5 MW capacity of PJSC "Oril-Leader" - 10 anaerobic digesters for biogas production and 5 cogeneration units for electricity production. Biogas complex of capacity 12 MW, ME Biogas Ladyzhyn «Vinnytska poultry farm» - 12 anaerobic digesters for biogas production, gas transport system, 6 cogeneration units (stage of commissioning). Roof solar power plant of 4.5 MW capacity (at the implementation stage). Since 2018, the company is an operator for the...

New UABio member — Eduard Kharchyna

We are pleased to announce that a new member of UABio has joined us - Eduard Kharchyna! Eduard Kharchyna - lawyer, tax consultant. He has more than 15 years of experience in corporate and tax law. Eduard specializes in supporting M&A, analyzing and managing risks in projects, protecting assets and business, managing corporate conflicts, tax structuring and optimization, implementing reorganizations, and representing shareholders in Supervisory boards. Eduard is one of the co-founders of the Professional Association of Corporate Governance, which has been operating since 2009 and is the leading expert community in the field of corporate governance in Ukraine. Today, Eduard accompanies a...

UABio joined European Biogas Association

ІBioenergy Association of Ukraine joined European Biogas Association. Founded in February 2009, EBA is the leading European association in the field of biogas and biomethane production covering the anaerobic digestion and gasification industries. Committed to the active promotion of the deployment of sustainable biogas and biomethane production and use throughout Europe, EBA has created a wide network of established national organizations, scientific institutes, and companies. In 2018, the association counted more than 90 members from all over Europe and has established co-operation with biogas associations from outside Europe. EBA’s strategy is based on reaching the full potential of biogas and biomethane production, that...

New UABio member — Maksym Sysoiev

We are pleased to announce the return to the UABio community – physical person: Maksym Sysoiev. Maksym Sysoiev is a counsel at Dentons’ Kyiv office. He is a member of Dentons’ Global Energy Group. Maksym regularly advises foreign and local companies with respect to various legal issues and advises clients on their local and cross-border transactions and represents their interests before Ukrainian State authorities. He is a recognized legal expect in the sphere of energy and possess a considerable experience in advising regarding conventional and renewable energy sources. Maksym is a legal expert of Bioenergy Association of Ukraine, Ukrainian Wind Energy Association. He...

«Ecodevelop» is an accredited Eco-partner of «Ukrgasbank»!

«Ecodevelop» (UABio member) received official accreditation of «Ukrgasbank» as an Eco-partner and General Contractor. «Ecodevelop» became the first company in Ukraine, which received the status of General contractor for construction of biogas stations. At the end of last year, «Ukrgasbank» began to develop a new direction - a public accreditation procedure for EPC-contractors. The main task is to minimize the possible risks of failure to perform by contractors and form a public register of professionals of the Ukrainian market. Thanks to its expertise and experience, the bank began to carry out a detailed analysis of the activities of EPC-contractors and form a...

Articles of members

Prospects for the production and consumption of second generation biofuels in Ukraine

The article analyzes the current state of production of second generation biofuels in the world and evaluates the possibility of launching such production in Ukraine. The work is topical due to the fact that liquid biofuels can replace a certain share of motor fuels consumed in Ukraine, thus contributing to the strengthening of the country's energy independence. The purpose of the study is to assess feasibility of a project on the production of second generation bioethanol in Ukraine; the task is to carry out a preliminary feasibility study for such a project. The research methods include a review of the existing plants...

Life cycle assessment of heat production from chips of Miscanthus x giganteus in Ukraine

The purpose of the paper is to define the energy efficiency and environmental sustainability of bioenergy value chain for heat production from chips of Miscanthus x giganteus in Ukraine. The methodology of Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) was used, according to which, the scope of the product system includes the feedstock cycle of Miscanthus x giganteus cultivation and harvest, and the subsystem of Miscanthus chips conversion to heat in a 500 kW biomass boiler. Cumulative energy demand and energy yield coefficient were chosen as energy efficiency indicators. The product system was compared with the similar one using natural gas. Non-renewable energy yield...

When the heat in the heat supply systems will be cheaper?

The article deals with: Use of low-temperature thermal energy sources in utilization installations; Current Ukrainian state standards for waste heat utilization; European experience in supporting waste heat utilization. Quote from the article:"The level of technological development allows implementing projects of waste heat utilization and transformation it into heat with other parameters, cold and electricity and heat accumulation." Read the full article here: When the heat in the heat supply systems will be cheaper? Yevhen Oliinyk – Board Member of the Board of Bioenergy Association of Ukraine. Electronic edition "Ukraine Communal", November 22, 2018 (in Ukrainian) The article is prepared on the basis of the USAID project "Municipal Energy...

How will end-users be affected by the simplification of third-party access to heat networks?

In past articles (You can read here, here and here), we talked about how simplifying the access of third parties (independent heat energy producers) to heat networks can improve the situation in centralized heat supply, and what should be done for this. Now is the time to tell more what changes should consumers be expected, if such a system will work. The article deals with the following issues: What affects the fare for the end-user connected to competitive DH systems? How the price of heat energy for Lithuanian heat supply companies in the cities of Vilnius, Kaunas, Klaipeda is changing? What changes will affect...

 
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