THE CHALLENGES OF ENERGY EFFICIENCY: STUDENTS COMPARED THE EXPERIENCE OF UKRAINE, EASTERN AND EU COUNTRIES
November 16, 2020
The workshop "Instruments of energy efficiency evaluation:European practice" brought together university students and foreign partners – teachers and students of higher educational institutions in Afghanistan, India and Georgia joined, with a total of more than 70 participants. Moderator of the workshop – candidate of technical sciences, associate professor of the Department of entrepreneurship economics and marketing of the National University "Yuriy Kondratyuk Poltava Polytechnic", Chairman of the Council of young scientists Ksenia Chichulina told the background of the International Energy Saving Day, which is celebrated in many countries of the European Union on November 11 at the initiative of the International Environmental Network SPARE since 2008. The main purpose of the holiday is to draw the attention of the authorities and the public to the rational use of resources and the development of renewable energy sources, because saving energy will reduce environmental pollution.
"On the International Day of energy saving, all European countries hold events aimed at informing the public about energy saving methods and existing renewable energy sources – thematic conferences, exhibitions and promotions, lessons on energy saving are held in educational institutions. The National University "Yuriy Kondratyuk Poltava Polytechnic" does not stay away from international initiatives, we conduct workshops and involve scientists from leading Ukrainian and European universities in discussing topical issues of energy efficiency, " Ksenia Chichulina emphasized. Arun Kumar, a doctor and professor of the Department of electronics and Communication Engineering at JECRC University (Jaipur, India), Hina Taneja, a PhD student at Jecrc University, and Zmarai Fana, a PhD student and lecturer at the University of Kabul (Afghanistan), sent video greetings to the participants.
Arun Kumar, doctor and professor of the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, JECRC University, Jaipur(India), Heena Taneja, PhD student, JECRC University, Jaipur (India), Zmarai Fana , Lecturer at faculty of social science ,Kabul University (Afghanistan), Simran Jain, Student, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, JECRC University, Jaipur (India), sent video greetings to the participants.
The workshop program included interesting presentations from students of the educational and Scientific Institute of finance, economics and management, the educational and Scientific Institute of architecture, construction and land management of the National University "Yuriy Kondratyuk Poltava Polytechnic", JECRC University (Jaipur, India).
At the end of the workshop, moderator, Chairman of the Council of young scientists of Poltava Polytechnic Ksenia Chichulina conveyed congratulations from the University's partner – academic doctor of business management at Batumi Shota Rustaveli State University (Georgia) Besik Bauchadze.
The scientist invited students and teachers to join the international Erasmus + programs and analyze the leading European experience in energy saving.
National University "Yuriy Kondratyuk Poltava Polytechnic" is one of the leading Ukrainian higher education institutions, where the Erasmus + Jean Monnet Program “The challenges of energy efficiency: cooperation of Ukraine with the EU” has been successfully implemented for a long time. Polytechnic scientists pay more attention to studying the issue of energy saving of buildings and structures, joining international trainings and grant programs.