More than EUR 2.5 billion has been invested in Ukraine’s energy efficiency projects since 2014. The chairman of the State Agency on Energy Efficiency and Energy Saving of Ukraine, Serhiy Savchuk, said this on Thursday, Ukrinform reports.
“In 2014-15, we took the first steps in energy efficiency. This concerned both legislation and by-laws, work with businesses and investors in order to respond to the challenges that we faced after the Revolution [of Dignity], and we did it – more than 11 laws were adopted in the Parliament, more than 30 resolutions (both by-laws and technical regulations) of the Cabinet of Ministers were made. As a result of these changes, investments exceeded more than EUR 2.5 billion,” Savchuk said.