Supporting the national energy efficiency fund and the climate-friendly reform agenda (S2I) in Ukraine

Energy efficiencyRenewable energiesSustainable energy supply

The build­ing sec­tor is the largest ener­gy con­sumer in Ukraine with a share of 33%, fol­lowed by the indus­try and trans­port sec­tors. With the sup­port of the BMWK and the EU Com­mis­sion, the Ukrain­ian gov­ern­ment has devel­oped a con­cept for an Ener­gy Effi­cien­cy Fund (EEF) that finances ener­gy effi­cien­cy mea­sures for build­ings. This is intend­ed to reduce ener­gy costs of house­holds. Poor­er house­holds also need few­er ener­gy-relat­ed sub­si­dies. The result­ing sav­ings in the state bud­get are in turn rein­vest­ed in fur­ther ener­gy effi­cien­cy mea­sures (S2I prin­ci­ple). The aim of the project is to sup­port the Ukrain­ian gov­ern­ment in the fur­ther strate­gic devel­op­ment of the Ener­gy Effi­cien­cy Fund (EEF) with the aim of vis­i­bly increas­ing the con­tri­bu­tion of the EEF to the achieve­ment of the cli­mate tar­gets. Thus, the project imple­ments tar­get­ed tech­ni­cal capac­i­ty build­ing of both the EEF staff and those imple­ment­ing the projects (appli­cants, ener­gy audi­tors and con­struc­tion com­pa­nies).

Wallpaper Graphic, apartment building
05/2018 till
Eike Meyer

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