DTEK initiates 30 to 2030 project to increase capacity renewable energy sources in Ukraine up to 30 GW in 2030.
The initiative was presented May 23 at the International Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, where the main part of DTEK's mission was to promote 30 to 2030, informs DTEK.
The initiative will be able to replace Russia's energy sources by helping the EU redesign its energy security.
"We believe that Ukraine can become a benchmark for renewable technologies by introducing new technologies and business models," DTEK said.
30 to 2030 should become an important part of Ukraine's recovery plan.
Detailed information on the 30 to 2030 initiative will be provided at the Ukrainian conference in Lugano as part of a broader discussion on the details of Ukraine's reconstruction.
The material also noted that the European Union plans to allocate €300 billion to accelerate the abandonment of Russian energy within REPowerEU.
It will be recalled that the Ukrainian Wind Energy Association offered steps for the revival of RES in Ukraine.
As EcoPolitics reported earlier, joint EU actions to achieve affordable, safe and sustainable energy within REPowerEU.