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05 Dec

Decentralised power: Cities rethinking the future of energy in Ukraine and beyond - COP28 side event

Following the unprovoked Russian invasion of Ukraine, cities and regions in the country have been facing a protracted, deadly, and destructive war, which has led deep wounds in Ukrainian territory. Both in Ukraine and elsewhere in Europe, energy systems are being rethought to suit a new energy landscape that enhances energy security. Local, national and regional governments in Ukraine play a crucial role in ensuring, to the extent possible, deeper resilience of existing local infrastructure and city planning by focusing on developing decentralised energy solutions, as well to plan for fast and just reconstruction for the aftermath of the war. 

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