Japan plans to implement a number of projects in the energy field in the Kharkiv region.
“Our agency has decided to focus on the assistance to Ukraine in the energy sector. We distinguish three directions of cooperation: power generation, power transmission, as well as emissions and waste processing,” quotes the representative of the Japanese delegation press service of KRSA.
The delegation of the Japanese Agency familiarized with the work of the enterprises of housing and communal services of the region: visit the thermal power station-3 of Kharkiv heat networks, as well as Dergachevsky plant for processing waste.
BACKGROUND: Japan International Cooperation Agency is one of the largest in the world and operates in more than 152 countries and regions. The agency provides to developing countries, bilateral official assistance: loans, grants, technical cooperation, public-private partnership.
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