On May 29-30, 2012 in Kyiv will take place the Third European-Ukrainian Energy Day, organized by the European-Ukrainian Energy Agency (EUEA) and the Conference House Company.
The event will focus on energy culture of Ukraine, prospects of alternative energy development, energy efficiency and renewable energy sources for direct foreign investments. Special attention will be paid to the issues of energy efficiency in Housing and alternative fuels in this sector.
Among the speakers:
Dave Young, Chairman, European-Ukrainian Energy Agency,
Shkelzim Bozgo, President, Energy Community Regulatory Board,
Terence McCallion, Director for Energy Efficiency and Climate Change, EBRD
Peter Knazko, GE Energy
Edward Klaeger, CEO, AlterEnergy Group
Slavtcho Neykov, Director of the Energy Community Secretariat
Jürgen Koop, Biogasrat
Fredrik Svinhufvud, Vindkraft Ukraine
Mats Lundin, EcoEnergie Scandinavia AB and many others
Energy Day is supported by the Ministry of Regional Development, Construction and Housing of Ukraine.
Partners* of the Event: Saint-Gobain Group, owner of the ISOVER brand, LF Arzinger, ABB Company, DTEK, project consortium SEBE.
General TV Partner - UBR, Communication Partner - ESG. PR-partner – PRT. Under support of the American Chamber of Commerce in Ukraine.
Saint-Gobain, the world leader in the habitat and construction markets, designs, manufactures and distributes building materials. ISOVER is a brand of Saint-Gobain Concern.
Arzinger Legal Firm provides a deep legal expertise for enterprises in various sectors of business, including sphere of financial services, energy, real estate, pharmaceuticals, food processing, telecommunications, retail, agro-industry, infrastructure and transport.
DTEK is the largest privately-owned vertically-integrated energy company in Ukraine, with efficient enterprises that mine and prepare coal as well as operate on electrical power generation and supply markets.
ABB is a leader in power and automation technologies that enable utility and industry customers to improve their performance while lowering environmental impact.
The SEBE project consortium consists of 13 partners coming from 8 Central European countries (Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia). All partners are well anchored in their regions and bring in high-quality expertise for topics relevant for SEBE.