The BTU WebTool has been developed within the framework of the project ‘Energy efficiency Reforms in Ukraine’ which is implemented by Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH (GIZ) and commissioned by German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ).
The main objective of this WebTool is to overcome the challenge and help Ukraine to reach its objective of energy efficiency.
At the moment the WebTool contains a classification of the building stock constructed during the period 1978 – 1988 years. The building stock constructed during other time periods will be added to the WebTool through a regular updates of the database and information.
Developed by GIZ in cooperation with the Austrian Energy Agency and iC consulenten
As a service provider in the field of international cooperation for sustainable development and international education work, we are dedicated to shaping a future worth living around the world. GIZ has over 50 years of experience in a wide variety of areas, including economic development and employment promotion, energy and the environment, and peace and security. The diverse expertise of our federal enterprise is in demand around the globe – from the German Government, European Union institutions, the United Nations, the private sector and governments of other countries. We work with businesses, civil society actors and research institutions, fostering successful interaction between development policy and other policy fields and areas of activity. Our main commissioning party is the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ).
The commissioning parties and cooperation partners all place their trust in GIZ, and we work with them to generate ideas for political, social and economic change, to develop these into concrete plans and to implement them. Since we are a public-benefit federal enterprise, German and European values are central to our work. Together with our partners in national governments worldwide and cooperation partners from the worlds of business, research and civil society, we work flexibly to deliver effective solutions that offer people better prospects and sustainably improve their living conditions.
The Austrian Energy Agency (AEA) with more than 75 employees from a wide range of disciplines advise decision-makers in politics, business, administration and international organisations on a scientific basis and provide support in reconstructing the energy system and implementing measures to tackle the climate crisis. AEA has carried out many projects especially regarding energy efficiency in the building sector worldwide. The Austrian Energy Agency accompanies its customers from politics, economy and administration on their way to the energy future. It develops strategies for a sustainable and secure energy supply, provides consultancy and training, supports implementation and is the networking platform for the energy industry.
iC has been actively present on the Ukrainian market since 2006 and officially registered in 2013 to serve as a local branch and contracting company for iC Austria.
During these years iC in Ukraine gained experience in project implementation within the multiple technical sectors and broad spectrum of tasks. Those included numerous energy audits, projects in the construction sector, traffic management, health and safety, environment, as well active involvement with the projects funded by International Financial and Donor Institutions.
The specific strength of iC consulenten is the competence in different fields of expertise providing integrated services and complete solutions.
iC group is a team of more than 500 professionals in three main offices in Vienna and Salzburg (Austria) and in Ljubljana (Slovenia). In addition, there are a number of branches, project and site offices around the world, among them Tirana (Albania), Zagreb (Croatia), Athens (Greece), Pristina (Kosovo), Bucharest (Romania), Belgrade (Serbia), Bratislava (Slovakia), Ankara (Turkey) and others.
Today iC services have been delivered in more than 100 countries, with the focus on Central and South Eastern Europe.