The Ukrainian technologies presented at the EXPO 2017 in Astana enjoy the greatest interest among business participants of the international exhibition. And the section of Ukraine is the most business-oriented according to the version of Astana EXPO TV. More than 100 developments and projects presented in the information retrieval system developed specifically for the exhibition became the subject for building business relations with Ukraine for companies from all over the world, including from Kazakhstan, South Korea, Malaysia, Japan, China and a number of other countries.


Several hundred new business contacts, signed agreements and memoranda, meetings and negotiations. That’s so rich, and most importantly Ukraine spent the productive summer in Astana. During the time of participation in the international exhibition, the foundation was laid for future joint projects. Among them – the projects of wind and solar energy, as well as the production of energy from biomass.

Sergii Svistil – i.е. Commissioner of the Pavilion of Ukraine

“Our approach is presentation through a multimedia projection – it gives its result. Specialists from South Korea came to visit us. We are working actively with Malaysia, in fact, with all organizations and countries that have an interest in Ukraine”.

Kazakh businessmen have also become interested in Ukrainian developments. Windmills of the multimedia wattage class produced in Kramatorsk are already being actively used in our country. The autonomous modular houses of Ukrainian production will appear in Kazakhstan. Photoelectric blinds and solar power-based collectors were also selected for joint projects by the Ministry of Energy of the Republic of Kazakhstan. The trade turnover between Kazakhstan and Ukraine today is more than one billion dollars. But the business circles of the two countries intend to increase the figure to 3 billion and thereby restore the volumes of the past.

Sergii Svistil – i.е. Commissioner of the Pavilion of Ukraine

“We see the great potential of our cooperation not only in the field of energy, but also in agriculture and other spheres of production, including production cooperatives. We are trying to do our best to make this exhibition an impetus, a springboard for expanding economic cooperation, and give results not only somewhere in the distant future, but today, now, so that we can boast of practical results”.

Ukraine is one of the leaders in the post-Soviet space for the development of wind energy. The total installed capacity of wind energy facilities of the country is almost 440 MW. This was made possible by the green tariff. It exceeds 10 euro cents per kilowatt per hour of solar energy. In addition, there is a bonus system to stimulate the production of equipment for renewable energy sources.

Sergii Svistil – i.е. Commissioner of the Pavilion of Ukraine

“We are a great country for further investment. We have perfectly worked out the legislative base; we have much better green tariffs than in other countries and therefore can boast of it and offer cooperation”.