A HOA and Clean Energy Resource Center was officially opened in Ternopil during Sustainable Energy Day. From now on, the residents of Ternopil will be able to receive information materials and expert consultations regarding the establishment of a condominium including the preparation of the necessary documents, and the implementation of energy efficiency measures in multi-apartment buildings in order to reduce both energy consumption and communal services bills. Equipment, computers, and information materials came courtesy of the USAID Project Municipal Energy Reform (USAID Project). In addition, the Project trained the Center’s staff on the legal, administrative and technical issues connected to the establishment and support of the proper work of the condominiums and energy efficiency improvement in multi-apartment buildings. With this opening, Ternopil became the thirteenth city in which an HOA and Clean Energy Resource Center is established with Project support.