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
In 2019, the Ministry of Infrastructure of Ukraine will purchase 227 buses, 153 trolleybuses, 56 trams and 35 underground carriages for 8 cities of Ukraine using the EIB and EBRD loans. Also, the funicular in Kyiv will be reconstructed and modern systems of travel fare will be installed. Read more
Ihor Arkhypenko, Head of Projects and Programs at Kyiv IT Cluster and application evaluation expert for Horizon 2020, speaks about what Horizon 2020 is, what the program’s benefits are and how to file a grant application the right way. In 2018, applications are accepted until 7 November, so if you’re looking for an investment, you should check out this grant option. Read more
The automation of administrative services and processes in Ukraine has reached a new stage. The State Agency for Electronic Governance announced modernization of administrative service centers (ASCs) and named the first ten reformed institutions. Read more
A Ukrainian company challenged the conventional methods of constructing and insulating homes by developing an eco-friendly, hemp-based material. Read more
EP has learned how the Ukrainians were able to create the world’s first off-road bus in just one year, and why the buyers for this vehicle are lining up in the United States, Australia, Canada, Bangladesh, Georgia and New Zealand. Read more