- Implementation of the state policy in the field of energy conservation, creation of an energy management system for enterprises and institutions;
- Informational and methodological support for implementation of promising scientific and technical projects in the field of energy-efficient technologies;
- Implementation of self-developed heat and energy consumption monitoring systems of enterprises and institutions with the aim of rationalizing energy consumption.
- Organization of the Center for Energy Efficiency and Energy Management;
- Determination of the main criteria for assessing efficiency of heat and electricity consumption by industrial and household consumers, budget and private institutions and offices;
- Creation of systems for monitoring heat and energy consumption of enterprises, institutions and organizations;
- Development of heat, water and energy supply schemes for industrial facilities, state institutions, urban areas, cities, towns, etc.
- Implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the UN for 2015–2030 in the direction of Affordable and clean energy (SDG No. 7);
- Implementation of the state policy in the field of energy conservation and restoration of Ukraine (National program #10: Modernization of regions and housing in the amount of $227 billion), Strategy for economic recovery and development of the Sumy region until 2024 (in the field of “Industrial complex” in the amount of $450 million);
- Annual reduction of energy resources by enterprises and institutions for: thermal energy at the level of 15%; electricity – at the level of 10%;
- Payback of project implementation measures within 5–7 years.
UA side: Sumy Machine-Building Cluster of Energy Equipment (developers and integrators of power equipment), Sumy regional state administration (Developer of the Strategy for economic recovery and development of the Sumy region until 2024).
EU side: key clusters, business association, SMEs distributors of energy control equipment, system integrators and developers of control systems and power distribution systems from Europe.
The main problem of Ukraine's economy is an extremely high level of energy intensity of its industrial complex. Today, for Ukraine, this indicator is about 0.7 kgoe (kilograms of oil equivalent) / 1 USD of finished products. For example, this indicator for the USA is 0.12 kgoe / 1 USD, EU countries - 0.11-0.22 kgoe / 1 USD, Slovakia - 0.16 kgoe / 1 USD, China - 0.3 kgoe / 1 USD, the world average - 0.21 kgoe / 1 USD. High indicators of energy consumption make products of the industrial complex uncompetitive, increase the cost of works in the service sector, the cost of heating the housing stock.