Dolyna is the only Ukrainian town in this-year list of finalists for the award of the European Union on Sustainable Energy among Eastern Partnership. For a district centre of Ukraine with a population of 20 thousand people such a recognition is a great achievement. It became achievable due to the strategy of sustainable energy development supported by the town authorities, million-euro project and citizens who are ready to actively participate in development of Dolyna. Read more
M.Y. Zhukovsky National Aerospace University “Kharkiv Institute of Aviation” (KIA) was founded in 1930. The university, which has 11,000 students from 50 countries of the world, designs unmanned aerial vehicles and is a renowned research center for aerodynamics, composites and engine technologies. KIA has designed AN-225 Mriya, the largest cargo aircraft in the world.
In addition, the university is the most successful participant of Horizon 2020 framework program in Ukraine. It has received over EUR 1.8 million in grant financing for its six projects. Five of these projects are devoted to aviation, and the other one to cybersecurity. AIN.UA Editorial Office about why KIA has managed to do it and how. Read more
The problem was neither simple nor complex. Just the one that needs to be solved.
What we have: plastic bags, fabric bags, initiatives, village council and villagers.
Additional conditions: Actions take place in these days in Krynychky ATC, Dnipropetrovsk Oblast.
Special conditions: responsible local entrepreneurs and initiative youth.
What needs to be found: opportunities to do important things regardless of the circumstances, different consciousness and surrounding conditions. Read more
How the effectiveness of the energy sector bears upon the wellbeing of the country’s citizens? And how the European Union helps Ukraine become energy-independent and energy efficient?
These were some of the topics discussed by Energy Community experts during the seminar on improvement of energy infrastructure planning, held in Kyiv.
How the European Union helps Ukrainian cities reduce energy consumption by 20% while spending almost no own money on it, and establish efficient monitoring of energy consumption in small cities across the country
Air recuperation systems, thermal insulation using hemp, alternative types of household power plants and “smart” homes – all that are Ukrainian startups known not just in Ukraine but also abroad.
ElectroVesti and Greencubator explain how Ukrainian companies could receive irrevocable EUR 20 000 for their development. Read more