ENERGY ACT FOR UKRAINE
BayWa r.e., a global renewable energy company, has partnered with the Energy Act for Ukraine Foundation to provide support to emergency and rescue teams and hospitals in Ukraine.
Together we supplied 71 portable power stations to emergency and rescue teams as well as hospitals in various regions of Ukraine, including Kyiv, Donetsk, Dnipropetrovsk, Kharkiv, and Zaporizhzhia. These portable power stations are equipped with renewable energy sources such as solar panels and are designed to provide reliable and sustainable power in emergency situations.
The focus of the campaign is on emergency and rescue teams because these specialized brigades are often the first responders to missile strikes and other emergencies in the conflict-affected regions of Ukraine. They play a critical role in conducting search and rescue operations, providing medical assistance to the wounded, and delivering essential services in challenging conditions.
We focused on emergency and rescue teams because these specialized brigades are typically the first responders to missile strikes, responsible for conducting search and rescue operations and providing medical assistance to the wounded. Reliable power sources in such critical situations enable these teams to carry out their life-saving work more effectively.
Our contribution to hospitals aims to facilitate essential operations and alleviate the burden on healthcare professionals and rescue teams operating in the affected regions.
9 EcoFlow Delta MAX to Emergency and rescue squad of special purpose and The main department of the state service of Ukraine for emergency situations
36 Ecoflow River 2 Max
12 Ecoflow River 2 and
2 EcoFlow Delta MAX to Kherson, Kharkiv regions and
Foundation keeps the remaining 14 power systems for emergency requests.
Our cooperation aims to make a tangible and positive impact on the lives of those affected by the Russian war in Ukraine. By providing renewable energy solutions, BayWa r.e. and the Energy Act for Ukraine Foundation are contributing to the resilience and sustainability of emergency and rescue operations and helthcare in the affected regions. This initiative highlights the importance of renewable energy as a tool for humanitarian response and reflects BayWa r.e.'s commitment to supporting communities in need and promoting social responsibility.