London-based bank lends €25m for energy efficiency in Ukraine

The city of Dnipro plans to refurbish around 100 buildings, including kindergartens, schools and outpatient clinics with energy-saving measures

Ukraine granted €300m EU loan to boost energy efficiency of public buildings

It will support the upgrades of 1,000 public-owned buildings, including schools, cultural centres, kindergartens and hospitals

Are prices cooking on gas this winter?

As we enter the new gas year and the position is set out for the coming winter, what is concerning markets and should be of concern to energy buyers?

London-based bank lends €51.9m to Ukraine’s largest natural gas producer

The financial support will help reduce the country’s dependence on imports

New agreement works towards Ukraine’s first grid-scale energy storage system

Honeywell and DTEK hope to increase the flexibility of Ukraine’s power grid and help the nation decarbonise its energy mix

EIB backs energy efficiency of Ukrainian public buildings with €300m loan

More than two million Ukrainians are expected to benefit from the programme

China Energy to build €210m waste-to-energy plant in Ukraine

The power plant will turn 1,500 tonnes of rubbish into electricity per day

Could these new materials help clean-up Chernobyl and Fukushima nuclear plants?

UK engineers worked with scientists in Ukraine to develop the materials that can simulate those obstructing decommissioning efforts at the nuclear disaster sites

Agreement signed for transit of Russian gas to Europe via Ukraine

Under the terms of the deal, Russia is obligated to send 65bn cubic meters (bcm) of gas through Ukraine in 2020 and 40bcm of gas from 2021 to 2025

London-based bank pledges $50m to help Moldova secure emergency gas

Moldova faces the risk of disrupted supply if Russia and Ukraine fail to extend a gas transit agreement that expires on 31st December 2019