19 February 2024


Public Union “Ukrainian Fund of Energy Efficiency and Energy Saving” (PU UFEES) continues its work within the framework of the joint project with the UN Development Program to replace windows damaged during hostilities.


As of February 2024, the direct executor of the works – Enki Construction Company has installed over 5,000 square meters of new windows and doors.

Object in the photo: one of the dormitories of Lviv Polytechnic Institute was damaged by Russian shelling.


Thanks to the project, residents of Kyiv, Lviv, Rivne, Chernivtsi, Dnipropetrovsk, Kirovohrad, Khmelnytskyi, and Cherkasy regions have received assistance in restoring their homes and public facilities damaged by enemy shelling.

Object in the photo: “Sosnovy Bir” Children’s Sanatorium in Cherkasy, being renovated for the needs of internally displaced persons from eastern Ukraine.

“We sincerely thank our international partners, particularly the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), for their steadfast support of the Ukrainian people in their efforts to defend their land and rebuild their homes. Together, we continue to focus our efforts to ensure that this project reaches as many communities as possible and brings tangible improvements to the quality of life for Ukrainians,” emphasized Anar Rafiyev, President and Chairman of the Supervisory Board of PU UFEES.

Letter of thanks for window replacement from residents of Khmelnytskyi region.

“We strive to ensure that our assistance is targeted and directed specifically to those who need it most. Therefore, we actively cooperate with community leaders and activists to provide the most effective support to as many people as possible,” commented Igor Yermakov, Chief Engineer of PU UFEES, a specialist in modernization and energy efficiency technologies.

Together, we will overcome and rebuild everything! 🇺🇦💪

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