Landfill gas emissions to green energy at Melitopol landfill

Energy production from landfill gas (LFG) is among the best ways to reduce methane emissions from landfills. Instead of escaping into the air, LFG can be captured, converted, and used in renewable energy production, for electricity, heat generation and even in some cases for vehicle usage. Finland Ukraine Trust Fund has financed a feasibility study to support the development of gas extraction from the Melitopol landfill.

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Upgrading of Antonivka School in the city of Kherson

Antonivka Green School was constructed for internally displaced children in 2015/2016 with a grant provided by the Finnish Ministry for Foreign Affairs. The School was further upgraded by Elemenco Oy. Now its 185 enrolled students and ca. 500 external students enjoy the modern teaching technologies, comfortable working environment and outdoor playgrounds.

Beneficiary: Antonivka school in Kherson, Ukraine
FUTF contribution: EUR 70,000 grant

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Twinning programme between Imatran Lämpö and Ukrainian district heating company

A knowledge-sharing project between Imatran Lämpö Oy and the Public Utility “Miskteploenergiya” in Kamyanets Podilskiy, south-west of Ukraine. The twinning programme consisted of four events, of which two were organised in Finland and two in Ukraine. This kind of knowledge sharing projects eventually lead to energy savings and costs savings in the long term.

Beneficiaries: Imatran Lämpö Oy, Miskteploenergiya
FUTF contribution: EUR 35,000 grant

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Utilisation of biomass residues in the renewable sector in Ukraine

Project included a feasibility study prepared by VTT to identify the optimal concepts for the supply, logistics and utilisation of biomass for energy in Ukraine. 8 case studies from Finland and Ukraine were chosen to be included in the study. Gap analysis of the biomass value chain, from the initial feedstock supply and logistics to the final utilisation was made within the project scope.

Beneficiary: SAEE
FUTF contribution: EUR 170,000 grant

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