The war has already accelerated the influx of capital into renewable funds. How will reconstruction offer opportunities to leapfrog into a modern net zero economy.

What Ukraine has now:

  • Before war insufficient progress toward a net zero transition
  • Legacy of ageing steel production facilities and significant global share of natural resources
  • Supply shocks of key minerals required for the production of clean energy technologies

What Ukraine needs:

  • Economic and social adjustments to accelerate the energy transitions
  • Sufficient commitment from stakeholders to recognize that investment in renewables, energy efficiency, and decarbonization are fundamental for regional and domestic security
  • Democratization of energy supplies through decentralization

What Ukraine wants:

  • To be a dominant force in the renewable supply chain of key minerals required for net-zero technologies: wind, solar, electric vehicles, and battery storage
  • A model for responsible land-use for net-zero production of agricultural commodities
  • Technology innovation with access to inputs for key minerals for the production of wind turbines, solar panels, electric vehicles, and battery storage


Andrey Kolodyuk

Chairman , co-founder Free Ukraine foundation , founder Aventures Capital ,WEF YGL, Investor in , Petcube, Bookimed , Augmented Pixels, + 11 companies


11 May [12:00 PM - 1:00 PM]


11 May [1:00 PM - 1:15 PM]

Welcome speech & Intro to the general logic of the event

11 May [1:15 PM - 2:15 PM]

The EU strategy and mechanisms to support private projects in the renewable energy industry in Ukraine

- Priorities of support

- Mechanisms of support

What kind of support may private investors expect if any investors decide to work on the Ukraine project from this event? From whom? How to get it? Led by EU official representatives & Energy sector professionals

11 May [2:15 PM - 2:45 PM]


11 May [2:45 PM - 3:45 PM]

The strategy of the Ukrainian government to develop the renewable energy sector and support private international projects

- Priorities of development of the renewable energy industry in Ukraine

- Mechanisms of government support for international partners with the development and implementation of renewable energy projects in Ukraine

- Nationalization of the energy sector. Are there any risks for international investors?

Lead by the Ministry of Energy of Ukraine and/or Committee on Energy and Communal Housing Services under the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine

11 May [3:45 PM - 4:15 PM]


11 May [4:15 PM - 5:15 PM]

Ukrainian energy market overview

- Energy prices & forecast

- Policies in place that foster transition toward Green Energy

- Centralization of the market; examples of successfully implemented projects in Ukraine by or in collaboration with international investors/partners

Led by Ukrainian energy agencies and/or government officials and/or associations/networks of Ukrainian energy companies

11 May [5:15 PM - 5:45 PM]


11 May [5:45 PM - 6:45 PM]

A panel discussion with of Ukrainian governors: “Renewable energy projects: perspectives, strategy, and mechanisms of support for international partners” governors

11 May [6:45 PM - 7:15 PM]


11 May [7:15 PM - 8:15 PM]

A panel discussion of successful international energy investors in Ukraine

- A brief intro to who they are & what projects they implemented in Ukraine.

- How did they approach their search for projects in Ukraine?

- Did they work with any partners? Is it necessary to have a local partner in Ukraine?

- What’s the status of the projects?

11 May [8:15 PM - 9:00 PM]

Dinner & Finger food with wine.

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