The Finland Ukraine Trust Fund, which provides financial support to both private and public energy-related projects in Ukraine, has been launched and has received much interest in both countries.
A new international study, released today in Kiev, shows that scaling up proven Nordic climate solutions in Ukraine would reduce emissions significantly, helping the country meet its Paris Agreement commitments.
Important progress has been made to clean-up the Krasny Bor waste site due to good cooperation between Finland and Russia as well as by involving an international network under NEFCO’s coordination.
NEFCO and the Ministry of Finance of Georgia have today signed loan and E5P grant agreements aimed at financing energy-efficiency measures as well as introducing renewables and alternative sources of energy supply in public buildings in Georgia.
The Danish company Better Energy A/S and NEFCO have signed a loan agreement for the first phase of the construction of a 19 MW solar park in Western Ukraine. The total investment for the project is EUR 6.6 million.
The Government of the Republic of Karelia and NEFCO have today signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) regarding cooperation on renewable energy, solid waste management and reduction in black carbon emissions from energy production.