On February 4, the Renewable Energy Agency, a member of the Bioenergy Association of Ukraine, in the framework of the project “Promoting Ukraine’s transition to green energy” conducted with the support of the European Union and the International Renaissance Foundation within the framework of the EU4USociety project held a seminar “The European Green Course and its benefits for the introduction of renewable energy sources in Ukraine”.
More than 500 stakeholders, including civil society, local communities, businesses and academia, participated in the workshop through the online platform and in real-time online broadcast.
The main goal of the project is to create a public demand for Ukraine’s green energy transition by 2050 in the framework of the European Green Course by raising awareness of national and local authorities, stakeholders, and the general public about the benefits of Ukraine’s transition to green energy.
Speakers’ presentations (in Ukrainian):
- Risks of global warming. Energy and climate change. Oleksii Epik – senior consultant, Bioenergy Association of Ukraine.
- What is the European Green Course? Tetiana Zhelezna – senior consultant, Renewable Energy Agency.
- European c as a tool for large-scale implementation of renewable energy sources. Volodymyr Kramar – senior researcher at the Institute of Engineering Thermophysics of NAS of Ukraine.
- Advantages of the Green Energy Course for Ukraine. Georgii Geletukha – director of the Renewable Energy Agency, UABIO Head of the Board.