The sector association which represents the common interests of the electricity industry of 32 European countries from generation and markets to distribution networks and customer issues consisting.
The European Association for Coal and Lignite – EURACOAL – is the umbrella organisation of the European coal industry evolved in 2002 from the European Solid Fuels’ Association – CECSO – after the expiry of the ECSC Treaty establishing the European Coal and Steel Community. EURACOAL is composed of 35 Members from 20 countries amongst which national producers and importers associations, companies and research institutes.
The European Federation of Energy Traders (EFET) promotes and facilitates European energy trading in open, transparent, sustainable and liquid wholesale markets, unhindered by national borders or other undue obstacles. Currently represents more than 100 energy trading companies, active in over 27 European countries.
EUEA is an independent non-profit organization open to all stakeholders in the Ukrainian Energy Efficiency (EE) and Renewable Energy (RE) sectors to contribute to the gainful and transparent development of these markets in Ukraine.
The U.S.-Ukraine Business Council was established in October 1995 to advance U.S. companies' trade and investment interests in Ukraine's significant emerging market, advocate for measures to improve conditions for bilateral trade and investment, and generally promote strong, friendly bilateral ties.
Established in 1999 at the initiative of the European Commission in Ukraine, the EBA provides a forum in which members can discuss and find solutions to common problems affecting business in Ukraine. With more than nine hundred members, the EBA is the largest premier union of businesses operating in the Ukrainian market.
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