Children's pool with energy efficient heating
December 11 in the Obolon district of the capital opened upgraded to the latest energy-efficient technologies kindergarten. Took part in the opening of the head of Kyiv City State Administration Oleksandr Popov, director of the mission, USAID (United States Agency for International Development) in Ukraine, Belarus and Moldova Jed Barton, Managing Director of "DTEK" Maxim Timchenko.
The project in kindergarten building number 573 insulate the roof and exterior walls, replaced windows and doors, upgraded interior heating system, carried out reconstruction of the lighting system, installed solar power systems, introduced a system of automatic remote data collection on energy consumption, etc.
"Termosanatsiya kindergartens — a strategically important project for Kiev. This program will not only ensure a comfortable environment for the education of our children, but also enable significant cost savings on energy resources. Our task — to modernize on this principle all pre-schools of the city. I am confident that over time, this practice should be extended to other public institutions of Kiev ", — said Alexander Popov.
Individual heat kindergarten
«USAID through its project" Municipal Heating Reform in Ukraine "support energy efficiency in heating both the national and local levels to ensure the best quality, efficiency and reliability of heating services. This kindergarten is a good example of how energy efficiency measures provide children and their caregivers the necessary comfort at a lower cost, "- said Jed Barton.
"Termosanatsiya kindergarten number 573 — this is a pilot project on the basis of which to evaluate the efficacy and importance of the work on thermal buildings. Our common goal — to kick-start the mass development of these projects, and we are confident that after seeing the positive results of other market participants will also continue our initiative. Energy efficiency is one of the priorities of social investment DTEK, which in 2013 will double to over 120 million USD, "- commented CEO Maxim Timchenko, DTEK.
Head of Kyiv City State Administration Oleksandr Popov, general director Maxim Timchenko, DTEK
A pilot project on integrated termosanatsii kindergarten implemented in Kiev due to the signed Memorandum of Understanding between the KSCA, the project USAID «Municipal Heating Reform in Ukraine" and LLC "DTEK".