For over 10 years we have been supporting energy projects and helping our clients invest in energy efficiency. In 2016-2017 20 energy service agreements were signed in Ukraine, with 5 of those implemented by us, and our clients are already saving up to 65% on energy resources.
We believe in building competitive energy markets where the participants are free to use every tool at their disposal. Together with Henkel we are implementing a social project - methodological recommendations for the associations of apartment buildings co-owners: we can help make buildings more energy efficient using bank loans and get compensation from local communities and the state. Our lawyers together with the experts of the Reanimation Package of Reforms and the Ministry of Regional Development are improving legislation on the electricity market, energy cooperatives and energy services.
Are you planning an energy service project at a clinic, school or some other facility? We can help you verify your client’s integrity, prepare tender documents and protect your interests in the energy service contract.
We can help you implement energy service projects at municipal facilities. We can check the facility's legal status and suggest several options for regulating relations with the investor: from energy service contracts to public-private partnerships (management, concession, etc.).
About to invest money in energy efficiency of municipal water supply or street lighting facilities? We can help you choose the best PPP mechanism, demonstrate it to the community and protect your rights and investment at every stage of the project.
If you plan to produce electricity using renewable energy sources and get the feed-in tariff, we can help you find and register a land plot for the power plant, register power grid connection and obtain necessary permits.
We can analyze your business and make sure it’s ready for the new electricity market.
Starting 2020, all hospital administrators will have more opportunities as managers to develop their institutions. However, this also means more responsibility. While hospitals’ bills are currently covered by the budget, in one and a half year administrators will have to think for themselves where to get money.