Is Ukraine Ready for an Energy Decentralisation Reform?
Center for Liberal Modernity together with our Ukrainian partners from Clean Energy Lab would like to invite you to an online discussion on “Small distributed generation and reforming the energy system of Ukraine” June 28th 14–15:30 CET.
Russian invasion of Ukraine has brought, among others, extraordinary challenges to the Ukrainian energy system. After unprecedented winter attacks almost half of the Ukrainian energy system was damaged, leaving around 25% of Ukraine’s population without proper access to electricity.
In response to these challenges, Ukraine’s government has prioritised energy decentralisation as one of the directions for improving energy security and resilience.
In the discussion, which is moderated by Alina Sviderska (Clean Energy Lab) we would like to discuss following questions:
- How far can Ukraine go with its energy decentralisation?
- In which form should decentralisation happen? What specific incentives are needed for this?
- What are the technical restraints of decentralisation which should be considered?
The author of the policy brief on small distributed generation and the energy decentralisation reform in Ukraine, Oleksii Romanov (Imepower), Inna Sovsun (MP, energy committee), Rouven Stubbe (Berlin Economics), Oleksii Mykhailenko (Clean Energy Lab) and a representative of the Ministry of Infrastructure of Ukraine (tbc) will open the discussion.
The summarised results of the discussion will be shared among relevant stakeholders to contribute to the debates on the proper energy decentralisation reform and to align the position across the sector.
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