A net zero carbon future for cities
The World Economic Forum is convening stakeholders with a role to play for global cities to have a chance of reaching the net zero carbon goal for by 2030.
DTEK Group is a leading private investor in Ukraine’s energy sector. Created in 2005 to manage the energy business of SCM and currently organized as a holding company with six fully-owned sub-holding companies that are incorporated in the Netherlands, the group has most of its operations and assets in Ukraine. DTEK enterprises generate electricity at solar, wind and thermal power plants, produce coal and natural gas, and trade energy products in Ukrainian and international markets. It also distributes and supplies electricity to customers, offers clients products and solutions to improve energy efficiency, and is developing a network of fast-charging stations.
Europe's reliance on Russian gas can be reconfigured for future energy security with the help of Ukraine after the Kremlin cut off the EU's gas supply.
Recent shifts in Ukraine's energy market provide an example for how countries can begin transitioning to clean electrification
COVID-19 may have exposed cracks in business models but it has renewed efforts to build a sustainable economy – Ukraine can be part of that crucial change.