A publication Trends and developments in the bioenergy sector of Ukraine has been developed by the Wageningen University and Research, Saxion University of Applied Sciences, Dutch Sustainable Development BV and Netherlands Enterprise Agency in cooperation with the Ukrainian experts.

The government of Ukraine has adopted the Renewable Energy Directive (RED) with clear goals and a roadmap to facilitate its energy transition towards renewable sources. This is done because of both climate concerns as well as reasons related to Ukraine’s foreign policy which led the government to decide that Ukraine should work more on its own energy independence. Currently the percentage of renewable energy sources in Ukraine is among the lowest of the entire Europe and there is only slow development in terms of the growth of the sector, even though there is a lot of available biomass, given the large and flat surface of the country with a well-developed agricultural sector.

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