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  • A competition for top-management of the Energy Efficiency Fund announced, says Hennadii Zubko
    Service of the Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine, posted 29 December 2018 12:19

    The Supervisory Board of the public agency Energy Efficiency Fund announced on December 28, 2018, the selection of the top managers: CEO, CFO, CTO and Head of the Internal Audit Division. The relevant texts are posted on the official website of the Ministry of Regional Development, Construction, Housing and Communal Services of Ukraine.

    At the meeting of the Supervisory Board on December 28, the Procedure for conducting the competitive selection of the Fund's top management was approved and a decision was made to announce the respective competitions. The Supervisory Board also approved the composition of the selection committee, whose work involves the representatives of the international company Hudson, the Ministry of Regional Development, Construction, Housing and Communal Services of Ukraine and international partners involved in the launch of the Fund.

    "We are moving closer to the full launch of the Energy Efficiency Fund. Already in late February - early March we will have winners - professional managers who, using the best European experience, will launch the Fund's programs as quickly as possible and launch a large-scale thermo-modernization of the residential sector", Hennadii Zubko emphasized.

    Earlier, the Vice Prime Minister told that the first dozen of condominiums had already started launching energy efficient projects that will test the procedures. These buildings are the "first signs" of cooperation with the Energy Efficiency Fund. There will be different projects from different regions, while buildings vary in terms of the number of co-owners, square meters, and beneficiaries. They will be used for testing a step-by-step path of the Fund's client and, ultimately, for procedures improvement, in particular ranging from energy audit and ending directly with the introduction of energy-efficient measures.