In early July, Naftogaz called for a full stop to transit natural gas through Ukraine in 2020.

Such a stop poses risks to the supply of gas to consumers in the next heating season and raises the question of reducing the consumption and replacement of gas, in particular in the heat sector.

Without neglecting the importance of energy efficiency and gas savings, let's find out what bioenergy can do, especially if it is transferred from a "permanent barrier" mode to a "development assistance" mode.

Authors of the article for Ekonomichna Pravda: Georgii Geletukha – Chairman of the Board of the Bioenergy Association of Ukraine and Oleksandr Dombrovskyi – First Vice-chairman of the Committee on Fuel and Energy Complex, Nuclear Policy and Nuclear Safety

Read the full article at the link below:

Bioenergy vs stop of the natural gas transit. Ekonomichna Pravda: Georgii Geletukha – Chairman of the Board of the Bioenergy Association of Ukraine and Oleksandr Dombrovskyi – First Vice-chairman of the Committee on Fuel and Energy Complex, Nuclear Policy and Nuclear Safety (in Ukrainian)