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THE FULL STORY

Our Foundation is a non-profit organization set up by Ukrainians for Ukrainians as an emergency response to war. It was founded in April 2022. ENERGY ACT FOR UKRAINE Foundation has a branch office in Gdańsk, Poland.

 

Today, supplying energy equipment with a focus on renewable energy and the organization of solar power plant installation are our main priorities, which are aimed at helping educational institutions, healthcare facilities, medical workers, and war-affected communities in Ukraine.

MISSION

Our mission is to ensure the energy independence of social and critical infrastructure in Ukraine

CORE PRINCIPLES

  • Honesty

  • Solidarity

  • Transparency 

  • Social and ecological good

  • Partnership

CORE VALUE

  • Accessibility  to energy

  • Renewable energy Resources

  • Green energy education Empowerment

  • Energy independence

  • Climate change response

VISION

Ukrainian nation with a culture of conscious use of energy resources 

MEET THE TEAM

Yuliana Onishchuk, 

Founder, and CEO of Energy Act for Ukraine Foundation

I have devoted most of my professional career to promoting clean energy. As a former manager of international relations at the largest private energy company in Ukraine, I was responsible for developing partnerships to facilitate the clean energy transition in Ukraine.

 

Three years ago I created a solar power plant to gain energy independence and provide clean, pure energy for my homeland.

During this dark time for my country, I established the Energy Act of Ukraine foundation as a response to the war in Ukraine. I believe, together we could bring light to Ukrainian families. 

 

If you are looking for a reliable way to help Ukrainians stay connected, protect their energy independence, and support green energy development in Ukraine — let’s work together.

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Andrii Korol
 

Coordinator in Ukraine

Before the war, I was the head of my own marketing agency, as well as a producer of electronic music. At the foundation, I coordinate the work in Ukraine. Particularly, I verify inquiries, deal with logistics, documents, reports, look for partners and foundations.

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Anastasiia Vereshchynska

International Development Manager

Before the war, I was the energy & climate policy analyst in Ukraine providing advice to high-level decision-makers on low-carbon policy development.
At the foundation, I focus on establishing positive relationships with donors&partners to ensure effective implementation of the projects.

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Oleh Shypkov
 

Coordinator in Poland

At the foundation, I coordinate the work in Poland. Particularly, verifying inquiries, deal with logistics, documents, reporting, searching for partners and funds.

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Elizaveta Portnova

SMM and communication

Co-founder of the communication agency before the war and now. At the foundation, I deal with SMM and communications.

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Kateryna Lekhan

HR

Psychologist, career consultant, 8 years in HR. At the foundation, I help the team in building effective communication, business processes and development.

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Denis Kruk

Designer

Lead designer in rising crypto exchanger before the war and now. As the war broke out, I realized that I am obliged to contribute to the victory of our country. In the foundations, I am responsible for all designs.

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Nataliia Nevidnycha

Web Developer

Project manager in SaaS Startup before the war and now. At the foundation, I am responsible for website development, design and maintenance.

DOCUMENTS

Ukrainian foundation 

Statute

Extract from the Unified State Register of legal entities and natural persons-entrepreneurs

Polish foundation 

Statute

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