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Sayenko Kharenko
Foreign investors3 have invested around $3 billion4 into Ukraine's renewable energy market over several years, helping Ukraine toward a 25 percent benchmark for renewable energy by 2035
Redcliffe Partners
The Ukrainian government's conference rooms have been stuffier than usual lately, as policymakers and renewable energy industry representatives attempted to thrash out a compromise to reduce the financial burden ...
Redcliffe Partners
On 10 June, the long-awaited Memorandum of Understanding on the Settlement of Problematic Issues of the Ukrainian Renewable Energy Sector (the "MoU") was signed by the...
Kinstellar
On 10 June 2020, Ukraine's prime minister and minister of energy signed a Memorandum of Understanding (the "Memorandum") with two major renewable energy associations in Ukraine.
Sayenko Kharenko
Last week several important decisions have been made regarding both the electricity and the gas markets in Ukraine.
Sayenko Kharenko
In the last week of April the Ukrainian authorities adopted many amendments to the regulations on the electricity market of Ukraine, among which the following are the most important:
Sayenko Kharenko
In the recent period, many amendments have been made to legal acts in the field of renewable energy. The adoption of new legal acts on renewable energy is also expected in the near future.
Sayenko Kharenko
On 19 December 2019, the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine (the "Parliament") adopted the Law of Ukraine "On Amendments to Some Legislative Acts of...
Evris Law Firm
On November 28 Ministry of Energy and Environmental Protection of Ukraine has presented the key provisions of the Draft Law regarding the alteration of the "feed-in tariff" support scheme
Sayenko Kharenko
On 13 December 2019, the National Energy and Utility Regulatory Commission ("NEURC") adopted a number of regulatory acts regarding the sale of electricity produced from renewable...
Redcliffe Partners
Svitlana Teush, head of the renewable energy, construction and infrastructure practices at Redcliffe Partners, contributed to the preparation of the 2019 Climatescope survey, Bloomberg New Energy Finance's public resource ...
Redcliffe Partners
On 13 December 2019, the National Energy and Utilities Regulatory Commission (the "NEURC") approved the form of the power purchase agreement (the "PPA")
Sayenko Kharenko
Ukraine's international obligations regarding reform of the country's electricity market are determined by the Treaty establishing the Energy Community
Sayenko Kharenko
Ukraine is currently implementing a system of RES support in the form of auctions instead of feed-in tariffs, and is liberalizing the country's electricity market.
Redcliffe Partners
On the surface, there has been relative stability in the first month since the new market launch.
Kinstellar
Ukraine's new electricity market began operation on 1 July 2019 and has introduced competition at several levels of the local electricity market.
Redcliffe Partners
On 1 July 2019, the new electricity market was launched in Ukraine. A recent article in Kyiv Post discusses the current situation in the market and the challenges faced.
Redcliffe Partners
On 22 May 2019, law No 2712-VIII "On Amendment of the Laws of Ukraine in Regard to Ensuring Competitive Terms of Electricity Production from Renewable Energy Sources" became effective, which contemplates the introduction ...
Kinstellar
The new energy market began operation on 1 July 2019, despite previous discussions concerning the proposed delay in the launch of the new energy market by three to twelve months.
Kinstellar
On 12 April 2019, the Ukrainian government adopted a decision to hold a public tender to enter into a 50-year production sharing agreement ("PSA") for the development of the offshore hydrocarbon
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