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- DiXi Group launches Gasotheque, a service for consumers
- Experts answer consumers regarding market mechanics and the procedure of changing gas supplier
- Playing the long game: how civil society can lead change – a unique brochure for NGOs from DiXi Group President
- KSEP holds the second training course in EU energy law
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- Weekly analytical report September 14-20, 2020
- Weekly analytical report September 7-13, 2020
- Weekly analytical report August 31- September 6, 2020
- Playing the long game: how civil society can lead change
- Updated Annex XXVII to the Association Agreement between Ukraine and the EU
- Annual Report 2019
- Enhancing Transparency of the Energy Sector through the EITI Implementation: Success Stories of Ukraine and Germany
DiXi Group President
The tragic poisoning of Russian opposition activist Alexei Navalny changed the stance of the German political elite. The insistence on purely German interests has weakened, and today, Germany is more open to forming a common European stance as far as interaction and communication with Russia are concerned.
DiXi Group Research Director
It seemed that the long-running “serial” of political discussions between the government and investors in renewable energy has ended. But in fact, the new law may not solve the problem after all, as there are at least five reasons for that.
Darina Kulaga, expert consultant
The tariff increase will not affect electricity prices for household and small non-household consumers, but will be felt for industry and other consumer groups. The main purpose of this step is to ensure stable revenues for timely payments to producers of electricity from renewable sources.
Manager on consultancy and analytical services
The current market, with many regulatory price caps, unbalanced RES support policy, non-market prices for the population and an existing mechanism of assignment of special obligations (ASO), is not like the model being built in the EU.