BAT for Ukraine — Improving the framework conditions for the implementation of the European Directive 2010/75/EC on industrial emissions and promoting the use of best available techniques (BAT) in industry

Energy efficiencyRenewable energiesSustainable energy supply

By sign­ing an Asso­ci­a­tion Agree­ment with the Euro­pean Union, Ukraine has agreed to com­ply with EU cli­mate tar­gets and the Indus­tri­al Emis­sions Direc­tive (IED). A key aspect of achiev­ing these nation­al cli­mate tar­gets will be ensur­ing that best-avail­able tech­niques (BAT) are deployed in the country’s indus­tri­al infra­struc­ture. A reg­u­la­to­ry frame­work for trans­pos­ing the EU Direc­tive into law has been lack­ing to date. Accord­ing­ly, the project is pro­mot­ing capac­i­ty build­ing in com­pa­nies and state-run facil­i­ties, while pro­vid­ing sup­port to the respon­si­ble min­istries as they devel­op the legal frame­work and mon­i­tor com­pli­ance. In rela­tion to BAT, the project is aim­ing to facil­i­tate capac­i­ty build­ing for domain experts and man­age­ment in min­istries, for envi­ron­men­tal reg­u­la­tors and for plant oper­a­tors. This, in turn, will enable Ukraine to reduce the green­house gas emis­sions from its indus­tri­al sec­tor by the deploy­ment of inno­v­a­tive indus­tri­al process­es and pro­ce­dures.

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