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Russia has chosen as its new strategy the targeted destruction of Ukraine's infrastructure, including energy infrastructure: attacks on thermal power plants and CHPs, shelling and seizure of nuclear power plants, and damage to power lines. At that time, energy independence and autonomy became not a luxury but a necessity. Due to geographical features, most green energy facilities in Ukraine are concentrated in the southern and southeastern regions of Ukraine, i.e. in regions that are temporarily occupied or where active hostilities are taking place. According to Kateryna Knysh, head of the analytical department of the Ukrainian Wind Energy Association, 5% of Ukrainian wind farms have become "hostages" of the Russians. 372.5 MW of wind capacity (out of a total of 1,673 MW) remain in operation, mainly in Lviv and Odessa regions. 37% of ground-mounted, 35% of rooftop/facade solar power plants and almost half of biomass plants are also in the active combat zone. Currently, some renewable energy plants have already stopped operating, and there have been cases of destruction of wind turbines, solar panels, electrical equipment, power lines, and substations.

Energy security is a priority for Ukraine during and after the end of the war unleashed by Russia. Massive attacks on energy infrastructure, nuclear terrorism and damage to more than half of the country's energy system. there are more than 2,300 cases of environmental damage caused by the war, including shell explosions, fuel leakage into soil and groundwater, mining, forest burning, etc.

Environmental security - at the UN International Conference on Climate Change, a study was presented that showed that Russia's military actions in Ukraine during the seven months of the full-scale invasion have already resulted in the emission of 49 million tons of CO2. The consequences are becoming apparent as global climate conditions change, and these changes have seriously affected weather patterns, leading to damage to agricultural products and ecosystems. One of the main reasons for these global problems is also the industrialization of all spheres, even agriculture, and the increasing consumption of non-renewable energy.

The project is aimed at informing communities and small farms about the feasibility, importance and prospects for installing solar renewable power systems in the community and for small agricultural enterprises. Collecting statistical information on the interest in installing solar panels, analysing the needs and tasks that will be solved with the help of solar stations. Energy efficiency and green energy are key to a competitive economy and energy independence of communities.

including energy infrastructure: attacks on thermal power plants and CHPs, shelling and seizure of nuclear power plants, and damage to power lines. At that time, energy independence and autonomy became not a luxury but a necessity. Due to geographical features, most green energy facilities in Ukraine are concentrated in the southern and southeastern regions of Ukraine, i.e. in regions that are temporarily occupied or where active hostilities are taking place. According to Kateryna Knysh, head of the analytical department of the Ukrainian Wind Energy Association, 5% of Ukrainian wind farms have become "hostages" of the Russians. 372.5 MW of wind capacity (out of a total of 1,673 MW) remain in operation, mainly in Lviv and Odessa regions. 37% of ground-mounted, 35% of rooftop/facade solar power plants and almost half of biomass plants are also in the active combat zone. Currently, some renewable energy plants have already stopped operating, and there have been cases of destruction of wind turbines, solar panels, electrical equipment, power lines, and substations.

Energy security is a priority for Ukraine during and after the end of the war unleashed by Russia. Massive attacks on energy infrastructure, nuclear terrorism and damage to more than half of the country's energy system. there are more than 2,300 cases of environmental damage caused by the war, including shell explosions, fuel leakage into soil and groundwater, mining, forest burning, etc.

Environmental security - at the UN International Conference on Climate Change, a study was presented that showed that Russia's military actions in Ukraine during the seven months of the full-scale invasion have already resulted in the emission of 49 million tons of CO2. The consequences are becoming apparent as global climate conditions change, and these changes have seriously affected weather patterns, leading to damage to agricultural products and ecosystems. One of the main reasons for these global problems is also the industrialization of all spheres, even agriculture, and the increasing consumption of non-renewable energy.

The project is aimed at informing communities and small farms about the feasibility, importance and prospects for installing solar renewable power systems in the community and for small agricultural enterprises. Collecting statistical information on the interest in installing solar panels, analysing the needs and tasks that will be solved with the help of solar stations. Energy efficiency and green energy are key to a competitive economy and energy independence of communities.

The goal of the project is to inform communities and small agricultural enterprises, farms, based on the already known indicators of safety, necessity, efficiency, feasibility and importance of installing solar stations, collected from existing and operating stations both in Ukraine and abroad.

We plan that the project activities will generate interest in small-scale renewable energy facilities that would supply households, municipal or public sector buildings. Interest in the construction of solar power plants is growing in parallel with the increase in attacks on Ukraine's centralized energy infrastructure: people are seeking an autonomous power source that would cover at least their minimum energy consumption needs.

Project objectives

1. To conduct an information campaign with open access to knowledge about "Green energy"

2. Disseminate information about existing programs and initiatives that provide financial support to citizens for the installation of solar panels, energy-efficient heating systems, etc.

3. Conduct a series of educational events where residents can learn more about renewable energy technologies, energy efficiency, and the process of obtaining financial support

4. Cooperate with local authorities to create a favorable environment for the implementation of green technologies

5. Make information about green energy and installation programs accessible to all segments of the population, including people with disabilities and low-income citizens

6. Collect and disseminate success stories of residents who have already implemented green energy to provide inspiration and encourage others to make similar decisions

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