In Kremenchuk lasts training condominium heads on energy efficiency and improvement adjoining areas
On June, 23th in Kremenchuk a working meeting-seminar takes place to exchange the best groundworks and experience of efficient management upon condominiums.
The event starts at 10 am in a minor hall of city culture palace (boulevard Pushkina, 2). The participants would summarize and define the winners of two-month contest among condominiums for the best improvement of house and adjoining areas.
CSO “EKOLTAVA” partnered with department of energy management and department of housing and communal household of Kremenchuk city council executive committee appeal to condominium heads and their representatives to take part. The following issues included:
- Involving finances in condominiums and their use: from registration to acquisition.
- The speaker on managing finances in condominiums, legal aspect of accounting and monitoring – expert on condominiums, Head of condominiums associations council “Misto novatsiy” – Denys Skvortsov.
- Technical side of energy saving in multifamily houses, separate heating point(SHP): its cost and operation experience reports in details chief of an energy service company in Poltava region — Artem Virchenko.
- Energy monitoring of the building. Estimating the building to realize the particular energy saving measures worth implementing.
- Practical survey of applied energy saving projects in multifamily houses.
You can participate after having registered yourself online on “EKOLTAVA” website. Just fill out a brief form: https://goo.gl/uz7oqG
Or register by phone: +38066 211 99 71 Arishyn Oleksandr Henadiyovych, department of housing and communal household of Kremenchuk city council executive committee.
Participation is free of charge, number of applicants limited.
The activity is carried out within the scope of project LINK “Poltava region sustainable development centre” by CSO “EKOLTAVA” under international grant programs support LINK of Regional Environmental Centre and CLEEN.The projects are financed by the Ministry of Climate and Environment of Norway and the EU.