Ukrainian start-up Sirocco Energy develops a wind turbine for cities

Ukrainian start-up Sirocco Energy develops a wind turbine for cities

14 October 2019
Sirocco Energy’s Ukrainian team have developed a wind turbine that turns wind-power into energy, not in the middle of a field but where people need it, in cities. This could significantly accelerate Ukraine's movement towards cleaner energy.
Coming to a city near you: EU Sustainable Energy Week 2019

Coming to a city near you: EU Sustainable Energy Week 2019

13 June 2019
Eastern partner countries eligible for EU Sustainable Energy Awards for the first time. Shaping Europe’s Energy Future is the theme of this year’s EU Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW), which will happen across the EU and in the Eastern Partnership region from 17 to 21 June. Since 2006, the EUSEW…
Sustainable energy in action: How Zhovkva cuts down on gas consumption and saves money

Sustainable energy in action: How Zhovkva cuts down on gas consumption and saves money

30 May 2019
Renewable energy sources are helping the town of Zhovkva in Ukraine to save energy and thousands of hryvnias per year. All of this is the result of a project that was implemented within the framework of the EU’s EU4Energy programme. 14,000 people live in Zhovkva. For seven years, the town has been…
Dariya Artsymyeyeva: how an EU programme connected a village teacher with schools around Europe

Dariya Artsymyeyeva: how an EU programme connected a village teacher with schools around Europe

08 March 2019
Dariya Artsymyeyeva has been working as an English teacher in Novopillya secondary school, near the Ukrainian city of Kryvyy Rih, for 12 years.
Olha Radinovych: I didn’t think we could increase production and enter European market

Olha Radinovych: I didn’t think we could increase production and enter European market

06 March 2019
Olha Radinovych founded a company with two other female friends 14 years ago, when each of them had only $100 in their pockets. At the time, their business idea seemed risky.
Tetiana Diuzheva: Escaping the war and building a new life with EU support

Tetiana Diuzheva: Escaping the war and building a new life with EU support

04 March 2019
In August 2014, Tetiana Diuzheva left her native Luhansk after her dog was shot.
Women who change Ukraine: Svitlana Bovkun, the founder of "Kyiv Maker Faire"

Women who change Ukraine: Svitlana Bovkun, the founder of "Kyiv Maker Faire"

01 March 2019
Svitlana and her husband got the idea for a fair for people who create things with their hands when they visited the USA.
Karyna Litvinova: promoting the idea of electronic democracy for every community in Ukraine

Karyna Litvinova: promoting the idea of electronic democracy for every community in Ukraine

26 February 2019
Karyna Litvinova is a fellow of the EU-funded Eastern Partnership Civil Society Fellowship Programme. She is a member of the E-Democracy Support Group the 'Reanimation Package of Reforms' and a co-author of an online course on digital social activism. Karyna is also the editor-in-chief of the…
Cheaper and more reliable energy: How the EU helps Ukraine to improve its energy infrastructure

Cheaper and more reliable energy: How the EU helps Ukraine to improve its energy infrastructure

17 January 2019
How are the effectiveness of the energy sector and well-being of the country's residents connected? And how does the European Union help Ukraine to become non-volatile and energy efficient? Energy Community experts discussed these and other issues at a recent seminar on the improvement of energy…
Energy reforms: the challenge for Ukraine’s gas market

Energy reforms: the challenge for Ukraine’s gas market

19 December 2018
How and why the process of separating the gas transportation system in Ukraine is being slowed down. Representatives of the West are increasingly complaining that reforms in the Ukrainian gas sector, after having made a good start after the Maidan revolution, have been stalled for too long. The…