DiXI Group joined the organization of and took part in expert discussions during the international conference “Transparency and accountability of the extractive sector” held on 30 March 2020 in the online format.
Kyiv School of Energy Policy launched the managerial program “Strategic Transformations in Energy Markets”
DiXi Group and Kyiv School of Economics jointly held a four-day course in practical journalism, “Energy Reporting and Investigation”. More than 50 journalists from various media received specialized information to prepare materials about the energy sector.
Discussion With Ambassadors: Decarbonization, COP26, Green Economy The event “Discussion with Ambassadors: Decarbonisation, COP26, Green Deal” will be held by the British Embassy in cooperation with DiXi Group think tank…
Online conference «Transparency and accountability of extractive sector during pandemic and energy transition»
The online conference “Transparency and Accountability of extractive sector during pandemic and energy transition” will be held on March 30 at 2 pm (Kyiv time) on the Zoom platform.
The interactive register is available on the official website of the NEURC. Thanks to this service, users can find the list of suppliers and analyze it using available filters: select your distribution system operator, consumption type, and others.
The webinar “Why are electricity bills growing?”, held on 16 February, continued the series of educational webinars organized by the NEURC and USAID Energy Sector Transparency project
The International Energy Transparency Index Should Become a Permanent Practice – Experts On December 17, 2020, the results of the first study of the Energy Transparency Index for the three…
“We should not tell people how good the Green Deal is, but to teach them how they can personally contribute,” she said.
Transparency in Ukraine’s energy sector is average and has improved compared to previous years. This conclusion was reached by analysts who worked on Energy Transparency Index of Ukraine 2020 study from DiXi Group Think Tank.
DiXi Group President elected as member of Multi-Stakeholder Group to oversee the implementation of the EITI
On 1 December 2020, a general meeting of civil society representatives was held to set up a Multi-Stakeholder Group to oversee the implementation of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (hereinafter referred to as the EITI MSG), which should be comprised of representatives of the public, business and government.
DiXi Group experts analyzed the effectiveness of public spending on the restructuring of the coal industry during 2015-2020.
DiXi Group congratulates everyone on International Anti-Corruption Day International Anti-Corruption Day for DiXi Group is not just a UN-initiated celebration, but a day when we summarize what the team has…
Presentation “International energy transparency index 2020: sector openness test – positive or negative?”
Presentation “International energy transparency index 2020: sector openness test – positive or negative?” Date: December 17, 2020Time: 11.00am -1.30 pm (Kyiv time)Venue: Zoom platformInterpretation: Russian-English, simultaneous translation On December 17, 2020 there will be organized a…
DiXi Group: the energy sector must consider three priorities in 2021 DiXI Group President Olena Pavlenko took part in the energy panel of the online forum “The Dialogues About Reforms:…
ENERGY TRANSPARENCY INDEX 2020: how much has the openness of the sector changed over the year? Date: December 3, 2020Time: 2 -3.30 pm (Kyiv time)Venue: Zoom platformInterpretation: Ukrainian-English, simultaneous translation On December 3, 2020 DiXі Group…
DiXi Group sees its role in promoting development of a competitive electricity market via independent monitoring of the process of reforming this market, identifying and objectively assessing market trends, promoting formation of a transparent, nondiscriminatory policy based on data and fact analysis.
“Our main recommendations to civil society institutions are to disclose information about ourselves, enlarge and unite. Synergy and cooperation are the development opportunities that would allow to exert greater influence on decision making,” Olha Polunina stressed when speaking at the conference.