The second stage in the selection of municipal projects in the field of heat supply using agrarian biomass to provide technical assistance from the UNDP project "Development and commercialization of bioenergy technologies in the municipal sector in Ukraine". 1. The UNDP Project "Development and Commercialization of Bioenergy Technologies in the Municipal Sector in Ukraine" (hereinafter referred to as the Project) announces the second stage of the selection of municipal projects in the field of heat supply using agrarian biomass to provide technical assistance for the development of investment documentation (in more detail on the terms of cooperation and eligible projects…
The ambitious investment project "Reconstruction of the water supply and drainage systems of the city of Varash with an increase in energy efficiency" was analyzed by the working group of the project, created by the decision of the mayor, Sergey Anoshenko. It was this project that became one of the winners of the EcoWater7 contest, which was held in spring by the RcErBs Foundation.
The contest is aimed at stimulating social activity in rural communities and aims at supporting the best business initiatives of citizens, in particular in the development of the socio-economic, cultural and tourist potential of the region.
Taking into account the initiative and practice of many cities in Ukraine and Europe to reduce the harmful effects of the use of plastics, in particular plastic flowers, during the regular meeting of the Pereyaslav-Khmelnytsky City Council held on June 13, a decision was made to ban the sale of artificial plastic flowers, wreaths, baskets, etc. in the institutions of the trade network and in the markets of the city of Pereyaslav-Khmelnytsky. An alternative to artificial flowers is living flowers, including field, dry flowers, ribbons from fabrics, flowers planted in the ground, candles.
Ukraine and Denmark signed an agreement according to which the Danish government organization Danida Business Finance will provide interest-free loans for the implementation of renewable energy, energy efficiency, water supply and water treatment projects in Ukraine. It is noted that within this agreement, Denmark will issue interest-free loans in dollars or euros, which will cover 100% of the cost of a renewable energy, energy efficiency or water treatment project.