GetMarket and Ukrgasbank will work together to foster the development of the green energy projects
The GetMarket platform and Ukrgasbank - #1 ECOBank in Ukraine will partner to develop an independent platform to support the sustainable development of renewable energy in Ukraine. The Bank will participate in the formation of an open database of projects, and reliable and responsible market players.
“We have our own expertise, an open database of reliable EPC-contractors and, of course, significant experience in the implementation of large-scale projects, so we can objectively evaluate energy market players. We are convinced that the Ukrainian market should be developed based on the reliable and responsible partnerships, and for this purpose it is necessary to create public platforms for professionals, such as GetMarket.
And of course, as ECOBank, we are always ready to support those working on global climate issues by developing a renewable energy markets. Only last year, UKRGASBANK financed half of new RES projects, so we probably know best in Ukraine today how and with whom to build green power plants properly”, says Rodion Morozov, Director of the Department of Environmental Reengineering and Implementation of resource saving projects at Ukrgasbank.
For the development of renewable energy, it is very important today to form a list of the best and most reliable representatives of the market, who can be trusted, have already proven themselves, and who ensure high quality of their services.
“Only through connecting professional market players and market transparency can we ensure investment security and sustainable industry development. Now, companies that want to invest in renewable energy projects can choose from the verified projects at the GetMarket database according to their criteria, and contact the platform partners to evaluate these projects and provide other services,” says Maksym Babaiev, GetMarket CEO.
Ukrgasbank is ECObank # 1 in Ukraine, which has its own technical expertise, an open database of reliable EPC-contractors and, of course, significant experience in the implementation of large-scale projects, and therefore can objectively evaluate energy market players.