By investing in energy projects during the war, DTEK wants to convince foreign companies to seriously consider Ukraine as a country for investment.
This was stated by DTEK CEO Maxim Timchenko at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
He stressed that the most important task for Ukrainian companies now is to stay at the top of the international agenda.
More arguments need to be made to foreign companies why they should start investing in Ukraine to help rebuild the country's economy.
"During the war, our company invested hundreds of millions in wind farms and restored its production facilities (after the shelling - ed.). And, of course, we cite this as an example and an argument to persuade foreign companies to take Ukraine seriously," Timchenko said.
As a reminder, DTEK and Vestas signed a Memorandum of Understanding at the WEF28 to complete the construction of the largest wind farm in Eastern Europe, a project supported by the European Commission and the governments of Ukraine and Denmark. The total investment in the project will exceed €650 million.