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Back page: 10.000 Visitors in Ukraine

A successful Danish - Ukrainian cooperation in between two NGOs, which are both members of INFORSE.

The exhibition on sustainable energy was seen by more than 10.000 people. A magazine was published, and reports were written on the Ukrainian opportunities for biomass, wind, and solar energy.

These were some of the results of the NGO cooperation project, during the first 10 months of 2001.

In the project, the Future Age Energy (FAE) and other NGOs in the Ukrainian Working Group on Climate Change have co-operated with, the Danish Organisation for Renewable Energy (OVE), to increase public awareness of sustainable energy in Ukraine.

The activities included a magazine, "Zelena Energetika", and an exhibition that was shown in more than 12 locations around Ukraine and was seen by more than 10.000 people.

The project’s two main participating organisations, FAE and OVE, are both member of INFORSE.

The project was supported by the Danish Outdoor Council’s Small Project Fund for Central and Eastern Europe.

The magazine ‘Zelena Energetika’ Green Energy. 4 issues were published by the Danish -Ukrainian NGO cooperation project.

More information:

- Read the reports in English at technology - renewable),

- See the posters at

- Contact:

Andriy Konechenkov,
Future Age Energy,
PO box 56, 02192 Kiev, Ukraine.
Ph: +380 44 274 3017,
fax: +380 44 241 7038,

"Wind Energy in Ukraine" poster. One of the 12 posters, which are part of the exhibition seen by more than 10,000 people in Ukraine.