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- KSEP: third training course in the EU’s energy regulation ends
- A textbook on investigations in the energy sector presented to students
- DiXi Group joins the parliamentary committee’s discussion of the European Green Deal
- Why two gas bills: a video explanation from DiXi Group
- 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
- EITI: the sector became more open, but there are still many problems that should have been solved “yesterday”
- DiXi Group experts helped to assess the implementation of Ukraine’s Energy Strategy
- Weekly analytical report October 12 – 18, 2020
- Weekly analytical report October 4 – 9, 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
The government’s intentions to postpone EU environmental requirements are unlikely to receive the foreign partners’ support
The Ministry of Energy has recently resumed work on the implementation of the National Emissions Reduction Plan for Large Combustion Plants (the NERP), but soon proposed to postpone its implementation.
Sustainable Development Manager
The government has finally approved reporting forms for extractive companies developed, inter alia, with the participation of DiXi Group experts.
The government has actually held the Regulator and the transmission system operator fully responsible for resolving the situation
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.