Ukraine has made a significant progress in recent years in planning the future of its energy system and developing a renewable-energy policy. By the year 2013, the increased use of renewable energy will reduce Ukraine’s overall energy system costs. The country has a significant potential to increase the renewable energy use by tenfold from 87 petajoules (PJ) in 2009 to 870 PJ of total final renewable energy in Rema 2030.
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