The EBRD plans to help finance a EUR 75 million bioenergy program in Ukraine, involving up to 15 projects through 2022,
Wednesday, October 17, 2018

The EBRD plans to help finance a EUR 75 million bioenergy program in Ukraine, involving up to 15 projects through 2022,

The EBRD plans to help finance a EUR 75 million bioenergy program in Ukraine, involving up to 15 projects through 2022, Sergey Maslichenko, the bank’s associate regional director for energy, said Tuesday in Kyiv at the International Forum on Sustainable Energy. “Understanding that solar and wind energy are developing normally, we focused primarily on bioenergy,” he was quoted by Interfax-Ukraine. “Ukraine, as an agrarian country, has large remnants production, but now they remain in the fields.” He said the EBRD plans to attract donor co-financing from the World Bank’s Clean Technology Fund and from the Washington-based Global Environment Facility.

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