Avenston expands business relations and partners

On May 3, 2019, partners signed a corresponding Memorandum of Cooperation between Avenston and the Energy Investment Fund. This is another important step towards creating a favorable microclimate in the sphere of investment and business networking.

The mission of this Memorandum is to create an attractive investment climate in Ukraine, to develop innovative legislative initiatives, as well as a communication platform for the successful implementation of renewable energy and energy efficiency projects.

Energy Investment Fund specializes in finding and attracting reliable investors, partners and contractors, creating a communicative expert platform for project owners and investors, organizing business events on investment activities in the field of renewable energy.

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To date, the quality of the project is extremely important for the Ukrainian market, which will have a definitely positive impact on the field of solar energy, that`s why, on its part, Avenston provides support for the strategic analysis of new projects and participates in their thorough expertise.

It should be reminded that Avenston’s company structure includes not only engineering and consulting, but also investment. With the goal of sustainable development and the most effective use of natural resources, the Avenston group plans to invest in several energy projects in the field of renewable energy resources as an investor. Moreover, the company expands its range of services and considers projects related not only to solar energy, but also to geothermal energy sources and other renewables.

Dmytro Lukomskyi, CEO of Avenston, expressed hope for long-term and productive cooperation, during which numerous meetings and events for the successful implementation of renewable energy projects are expected .

Авенстон розширює коло бізнес-партнерів

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