Dentons is announcing that it is part of a consortium awarded a public contract to provide "comprehensive legal, economic, financial, and technical advisory on a project to install extensive thermal insulation in a complex of public buildings in Bila Tserkva, Ukraine."
As part of the project, Dentons will provide a feasibility study and preliminary analysis. The consortium was selected by the contracting authority: the Association of Polish Cities.
According to Dentons, "the contract relates to an ESCO project, which will be funded by the energy savings achieved in the modernized buildings. It will be implemented as a public private partnership." In addition, the firm reports, "the Bila Tserkva project is part of the Polish-Norwegian Aid for Improving Energy Efficiency in Ukraine project and is a continuation of an earlier program implemented by Poland’s Ministry of Development under the 2016 Polish Aid program. This latest Ukrainian project is headed by the Association of Polish Cities in partnership with the Norwegian Association of Local and Regional Authorities, the Union of Ukrainian Cities and the Association of Energy-Efficient Cities in Ukraine."
Dentons Counsel Tomasz Korczynski, who co-heads the firm's PPP practice in Warsaw, will be supervising the law firm’s contribution to the consortium’s services.