The non-governmental organization Openeurope and the Ukrainian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs (USPP) have released an informational video for Ukrainian businesses about the prospects of using biomass, its economic benefits and forecasting investments in this field in the coming years.

Experts: Chairman of the Board of the Bioenergy Association of Ukraine Georgii Geletukha, Advisor to the Chairman of the State Energy Efficiency Konstantin Gura, representatives of the Institute of Gas of the NAS of Ukraine Konstantin Piany and Yevgeny Nikitin are convinced that the biomass market in Ukraine will develop rapidly. By 2035, the latter will replace 11% of the energy consumed. In this case, the return on investment in this area in Ukraine - perhaps the best in the world: from 2-3 to 7 years. Details – in the video:

According to the materials of the Ukrainian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs.

At LLC Vinnytsia Poultry Farm, MHP Agroindustrial Holding is completing the construction of the first phase of a 12 MW biogas complex. After the complete commissioning of the biogas complex, LLC Vinnytsia Poultry Farm will be the most innovative and large-scale in Europe. The energy production of the complex meets high environmental standards. The first investment of the complex amounted to about 25 million euros. In the future, the capacity of the station is expected to increase to 24 MW. The use of organic fertilizers can be a very serious step forward for the development of organic farming in Ukraine. Details – in the video:

According to the Internet resource "Vinnytsia Ok". Read more here (in Ukrainian).

For reference: PJSC "MHP Eko Energy" from 2019 is a full member of the Bioenergy Association of Ukraine. Details here.

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Is there an alternative to expensive gas in Ukraine? What are the prospects for "green" energy in Ukraine? Why is it worth introducing a biofuel exchange? Where it is profitable to grow energy crops, and is it cost-effective?

These and other topical questions were answered by Georgii Geletukha, Chairman of the Board of the Bioenergy Association of Ukraine, in his interview for the release of "Information Day" on Channel 8 July 4, 2019.

 See the full interview HERE (in Ukrainian)

More about the discussed issues you can read in the articles of UABio experts::

> Analysis of the main trends of bioenergy development in the European Union

> Biomass boilers in Ukraine need to be exempted from CO2 tax

> Legal regulation for the creation of the electronic trading system for solid biofuels in Ukraine

> Creation of the e-commerce system for solid biofuels trading

> Opportunities for harvesting agrobiomass and production of biofuels by municipal enterprises in Ukraine

> How to use “underutilized lands” for the cultivation of sustainable biomass feedstock