Green Expedition

Turning chicken manure into fertiliser and a source of energy

Eggs, meat and feathers are traditionally considered to be the most popular products of poultry farming. Both large and small farms produce substantial amounts of waste, and manure in particular. As it happens, manure from waste can be turned into...

Developing the infrastructure for electric cars

Less noise and exhaust on the roads, cheaper refills, and simpler maintenance are all advantages of electric cars. However, to be able to fully switch from regular cars, drivers need access to charging stations. There are businesses in Ukraine that...

Ukrainian ventilation innovations

Air is a vital part of our life. That is why we care so much that the air we breathe in the rooms where we spend most of our time is free of pollutants, dust, and allergens. This story is...

Efficient energy use solutions of Ukrainian developers

The challenges of efficient energy use are presented at various levels, from energy consumption in an office to technological equipment of gas and pipeline companies. Figures that might seem low for a single household can mean heavy losses as well...

Innovative metalworking in Ukraine

Industrial companies are among the biggest polluters of the environment, and therefore they — more than any other business — require modern clean technologies. This story is about Ukrainian businesses whose developments help to reduce the carbon footprint in metallurgy....

Smart window blinds made in Ukraine

Yevhen Erik, an entrepreneur, was looking for more efficient uses of energy for his house and came up with a great solution for millions of other homes in addition. Today, Ukrainian window blinds that generate power from sunlight are in...

Ukrainian e-bikes conquer the world

Delfast, a Ukrainian company, created an e-bike that can go farther than any other bike in the world on one battery charge. The company works with international clients and develops new models for leisure, as well as professional use.

Building with hemp

When it comes to construction, we’re used to hearing words like concrete, cement, reinforcing steel, mineral wool, and polystyrene blocks. But hemp? Not so much. This is the story of a Ukrainian startup that produces building materials from industrial hemp...

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