Sumy to improve energy efficiency in kindergartens

The European Investment Bank-Ukraine has allocated EUR 30 million to improve municipal infrastructure and public transport in Ukrainian cities.
The funds will be used to address urgent needs in cities such as Kyiv, Odesa, Lviv, Lutsk, and Sumy. Most of the funds are allocated for the purchase of trolleybuses and trams for the first three cities. UAH 8.74 million will be used to support various municipal projects, including the implementation of energy efficiency measures in Sumy kindergartens. Other projects include waste management in Lviv (in particular, work is planned at the Hrybovychi landfill) and improving the water supply and sanitation system in Lutsk.
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