EU allocated 100 million euros to boost energy efficiency in Ukraine
Topics: UKRAINE ENERGY
The EU has also earmarked another 20 million euros (22 million U.S. dollars) for technical assistance in the implementation of the program, according to the report.
In July, the EU-backed EEEF has signed an agreement with the International Finance Corporation, a member of the World Bank Group, under which the partners will allocate 235 million dollars to upgrade Ukraine's energy efficiency for some 6,000 homes over a four-year period.
The EEEF will provide grants and technical solutions. ■