14.09.23 / #ClimateAction #renewables #energyefficiency / Event

Ukraine's Climate Ambitions in Action. Response to the militarization of fossil fuel supplies and the climate crisis

Date and time:
September 20
16:00 Kyiv time

Online broadcast via LinkedIn

Watch online / Дивитись онлайн

Join us from anywhere in the world to join the discussion on the central issues of Ukraine's energy transition, sustainability and green reindustrialization in a global context.

The format of the event is a panel discussion with an online broadcast via LinkedIn

Date and time:
September 20
16:00 Kyiv time
The total duration of the event is 1 hour.

Key topics to be covered at the Summit: NECP (National Energy and Climate Plan), decarbonization fund, energy transition, renewable energy, energy efficiency, distributed generation, climate legislation, carbon taxation, European Green Deal.

Ukrainian context:
Ukraine, with structural changes in its energy sector, along with the consequences of Russia's armed aggression and the destruction of its infrastructure, is facing the challenge of ensuring a sustainable and reliable energy supply. Investments in renewable energy and electricity grids are becoming a key element of economic recovery and the fight against climate change. In cooperation with international partners, Ukraine plans to create the basis for sustainable economic growth, decarbonization and complete elimination of fossil fuels from the energy mix.
According to the International Renewable Energy Agency, the world needs to invest at least $5.7 trillion in renewable energy sources every year until 2030 to avoid catastrophic climate change and achieve zero carbon emissions by 2050.


New climate and energy policy of Ukraine to support green reconstruction. The Decarbonization Fund and other financial instruments to support the green recovery of the Ukrainian economy and build sustainable infrastructure. 
Anna Zamazeyeva, Head of the State Agency on Energy Efficiency

Implementation of Ukraine's climate architecture in the process of post-war recovery.
Roman Shakhmatenko, Portfolio Manager, United Nations Development Program in Ukraine - UNDP

The role of Ukraine's green reconstruction in accelerating Europe's energy transition to rein in Russia and other fossil fuel dictatorships.
Svitlana Romanko, founder and director of Razom We Stand

Transition to net zero by 2050: Ukraine's participation in the global Net Zero World initiative for green and sustainable recovery in the process of preparing the National Energy and Climate Plan.
Nazar Kholod, Net Zero World Initiative Coordinator, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Ukraine

Key changes in the US and EU climate policy and how Ukraine can use them to start its own green reindustrialization.
Max Gruning, Senior Advisor on Climate and Energy Policy, E3G Washington Office.

Join us on September 20 and participate in transforming the future with us.

Olga Yevstigneeva, Advocacy Manager for Green Recovery of Ukraine, Razom We Stand
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Jason Kirkpatrick, Snr. Communications Mgr., Razom We Stand
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Maksym Gardus, Communications Manager, Razom We Stand
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Founded at the beginning of the war with Russia in 2022, the Ukrainian group Razom We Stand campaigns to end the war by reducing fossil fuel exports from Russia, continuously advocates for a comprehensive and complete embargo on Russian fossil fuels, and works for a green rebuilding of Ukraine with clean energy, for a better climate and a better future. Find out more here: https://razomwestand.org/en/about-us