On October 26, a delegation consisting of People's Deputies Lesya Volodymyrivna Vasylenko, Dmytro Dmytro Serhiyovych Mykysh, Oleksiy Serhiyovych Zhmerenetsky, Maria Serhiyovna Mezentsev, Andriy Viktorovych Zhupansivna, Inna Romanivna Sovsuny, and Iryna Povaysovna Borzovna of Switzerland Switzerland in Ukraine and Moldova by Claude Wild to study the best practices of the Vinnytsia City Territorial Community on management and an integrated approach to adaptation and prevention of climate change.
Dmytro Nechyporenko, Business Development Director of VOLTAGE, took part in a panel discussion on the development of the region's "green economy", which took place during this visit.
During the discussion, much attention was paid to the development of industrial and technological parks in Vinnytsia, as well as issues of state incentives for enterprises that will implement energy-efficient solutions at their production facilities and other facilities.
Also, one of the issues discussed at the discussion panel was the development of small distribution systems (MOSP). This issue is especially relevant in the context of the development of Vinnytsia Industrial Park, as the issue of connection to industrial networks of industrial enterprises is one of the key issues affecting the investment attractiveness of the park.
* For reference. Small Distribution System Operator (hereinafter - SDSO) - a legal entity responsible for safe, reliable and efficient operation, maintenance of small distribution system and ensuring the long-term capacity of small distribution system to meet reasonable demand for electricity distribution, taking into account the requirements of environmental protection and energy efficiency.
We remind you that recently the CEO of VOLTAGE Vitaliy Nikolayenko took part in the Energy Club discussion panel. You can read the news about it at this link.
Photo source: Vinnytsia City Council website