“Green” projects of Dnipropetrovsk region will help restore the energy sector

The aggressor purposefully destroys civil infrastructure facilities not only in Dnipropetrovsk region, but also throughout Ukraine. Among other things, the enemy is destroying energy facilities in order to leave as many Ukrainians as possible without heat and electricity.

The exact amount of destruction and the scale of future reconstruction works will be calculated only after the end of the war. But it is clear that the recovery will be done taking into account the “green” course of Ukraine and Europe. The sector of renewable energy sources, which is already quite developed in our region, can come in handy. DIA is accompanied by 5 such projects and proposals, in particular regarding:

  • construction of solar power plants in Kryvyi Rih and Pavlohrad districts;
  • construction of a hydrogen production plant using renewable solar energy in Dnipro district;
  • construction of an industrial park for the production of “green” hydrogen using renewable energy in Nikopol district;
  • construction of a wind power plant in Synelnykove district.

In turn, the Office of the President considers the issue of “green” bonds* as a tool for attracting funds for the post-war reconstruction of cities in such projects as: the production of “green” hydrogen, “green” ammonia, and renewable energy.

If you are interested in projects in the sector of renewable energy sources and receive detailed information, please send your request to the e-mail address: info@dia.dp.ua.

For information:

“Green” bonds are a debt instrument, the proceeds from the sale of which are directed exclusively to the financing of environmental projects, in particular, the construction of power plants that operate on renewable energy sources. The concept of “green” bonds has been introduced into Ukrainian legislation since July 1, 2021.

The issue of “green” bonds can be carried out by an enterprise implementing or financing an environmental project. Funds from the placement of such papers can be directed to the financing and/or refinancing of environmental project costs, such as projects in the field of alternative energy.