The CEO of PJSC ‘Sumy Frunze NPO’, Mr. Alexey Tsymbal, answered the CEEP Report questions regarding CEEP membership, perspectives of the energy sector, and the added value of being part of the Central Europe Energy Partners’ project. Sumy Frunze NPO became a CEEP member in October this year, and it is a Ukrainian leader of blanking facilities, chemical equipment production, turbo-compressor units and compressor production, and pump equipment. Cristina Dascălu (CD): What do you want to accomplish as a CEEP member? Alexey Tsymbal (AT): PJSC “Sumy Frunze NPO” has great experience in heavy industrial engineering. We have a lot of implemented projects and developed solutions that could be of use for discussion in order to improve energy security of the European Union. We are ready to search new solutions together with Central Europe Energy Partners and hope to become a full participant in the processes patronized by CEEP. CD: What will be the main challenges for the sector you’re active in, within the coming years? AT: Recent years have witnessed energy sources becoming instruments of political dealing and influence rather than commodities. The existing EU energy sources supply system is not perfect and cannot provide energy security for the consuming countries. The main task for CEEP members for the next period is, therefore, to actively participate in implementing projects that will provide a proper level of EU energy security. PJSC ‘Sumy Frunze NPO’ can contribute and be beneficial to the EU to achieve the above goals. We have vast experience in the energy sector and we are open to sharing this experience, to find new ways of applying it, [...]
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