Project «Part4CM» is implemented!

The Ivano-Frankivsk National Technical University of Oil and Gas implements the project "Partnership for Climate Change Mitigation (Part4CM)" (2SOFT / 1.3 / 63) since November 2020, which aims primarily for development and support of innovative cooperation, oriented to mitigate the effects of climate change within the RO-UA transboundary region, to provide the sustainable development of territories by organizing a new educational and research environment in the field of energy efficiency.

The implementation of the project involves a number of measures and actions aimed at drawing of attention to climate change issues and have specific practical significance, in particular: the foundation of the Energy Management Agency (EMA) to develop and implement the Sustainable Energy and Climate Action Plan (SECAP); an installation of electric battery-driven vehicle charging stations in Botosani and Ivano-Frankivsk cities; replication of the Science City “New Energy” in Botosani (InnoSciPromo) to promote innovative science among young people and teach people energy efficient thinking. This includes experience exchanges between project partners, seminars and working meetings.

1Thus, according to the project implementation plan, the meeting was held between the partners and representatives of the Regional Office for Cross Border Cooperation (Romania). Ukrainian partners representatives took part in the discussion about further plans of the project realization, among them: prof. Maksym Karpash and Assoc. Prof. Artur Voronych (IFNTUOG), Iryna Darvai (NGO "Bureau of Development, Innovation and Technology" - the main beneficiary of the project), Ihor Popadiuk and Andrii Shpak (Investment Policy Department of Ivano-Frankivsk city council) and the representatives of the Regional Office for Cross Border Cooperation Bogdan Tanasa, Cosmin Ungureanu, Radu Hurjui.

The project is implemented within Romania-Ukraine Joint Operational Programme 2014-2020 and co financed by the European Union. Duration - 1.5 years (01.11.2020 - 30.04.2022).



  • 1
  • 2