The Municipal Energy Management in Vyshgorod project is going on

NakopaRussian Federation’s invasion of Ukraine significantly affected the Ukrainian-German project “Environmental Municipal Energy Consumption Management” (Nakopa-E-UKR-3-19) within the framework of the Municipal Energy Management in Vyshgorod, Kyiv region, in which Ukrainian Engineering and Pedagogics Academy is engaged.

The municipal building, intended for pilot modernization, happened to be located in the war zone. Russian troops were stopped a few kilometers away from Vyshgorod, and the city was bombed. Naturally, that the construction work on the project was suspended; and the building was used as a bomb shelter. However, the project participants kept in touch via Zoom service. Weekly meetings were held and attended by Vitaliy Sardak, Deputy Mayor of Vyshgorod; Frau Dr. Kessel, the Municipality of Eichenau employee; Herr Jürgen Koberlein-Kerler,  the Engineering Bureau Director;  Oleksandr Kupriyanov, Vice-Rector for Research Work at UEPA and Julia Oliynyk, Associate Professor at Physics, Electrical Engineering and Power Engineering Department, UEPA. Read more

UEPA has joined an international project to reduce energy consumption

Ukrainian Engineering Pedagogics Academy (UEPA) has become part of the scientific and practical project “Environmental Municipal Energy Consumption Management” (Nakopa-E-UKR-3-19) in the framework of municipal energy management in Vyshgorod, Kyiv region. The aim of the project, carried out by the communes of the Ukrainian city of Vyshhorod and German Eichenau, with additional funding from Engagement Global gGmbH, is to prove the possibility of a significant reduction in energy consumption in the Ukrainian climate. Read more