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Words and actions in energy and environment sectors. Results of 2017

On December 14, Ukrainian and European experts will present their assessment of energy and environment reforms in 2017. 6 working groups under the project “Enhancing impact of civil society in monitoring and policy dialogue on energy and related sector reforms in line with the Association Agreement implementation” are involved in the regular monitoring of Ukraine’s implementation of the Association Agreement in these sectors. The project is funded by the EU and co-funded by the International Renaissance Foundation.

Media is kindly invited to attend

What?               Press briefing “Words and actions in energy and environment sectors. Results of 2017”

When?             December 14, 2017 at 10:30-11:30

Where?            Ukraine crisis media center (Ukrainian House, 2 Khreshchatyk St)

Participants:

  • Svitlana Golikova, independent expert, head of TransEnergoConsulting
  • Roman Nitsovych, programmanager at NGO “DIXI GROUP”
  • Hennadiy Ryabtsev, director of special projects at SТC “Psycheya”
  • Nataliya Andrusevych, chief expertat the RAC “Society and Environment”
  • Tetyana Boiko, program coordinator at Civil Network “OPORA”
  • Andriy Panin, expert at the Association “European-Ukrainian Energy Agency”

For accreditation please fill in the form.

For more information please contact Victoriya Torop via e-mail: v.torop@dixigroup.org or tel: +380 (68) 990 33 05.

Background Information:

The project “Enhancing impact of civil society in monitoring and policy dialogue on energy and related sector reforms in line with the Association Agreement implementation” started in 2016. It is implemented by the NGO “DIXI GROUP”, Civil Network “OPORA”, All-Ukrainian NGO “Energy Association of Ukraine”, Resource & Analysis Center “Society and Environment”, Association “European-Ukrainian Energy Agency”.

There are six working groups within the project, which work on gas, power, energy efficiency, business climate, oil and environment. For the first time over the past 1.5 years, the project has asked the authorities for monetization of subsidies, publicly raised the issues of oil reserves in Ukraine and the launch of the gas market for households, co-initiated the development of the law on the independent regulator (National Commission for Energy, Housing and Utilities Services Regulation (NCER)) and the law on the electricity market.

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Our platforms

https://ksep.energy/en/

Independent energy educational center

http://eiti.org.ua/

National website of Extractive Industries Transparensy Initiative in Ukraine 

http://ua-energy.org/

Information and analitical website “Ukrainian Energy UA-Energy.org” is unique   platform to inform