GE Generator – Photo courtesy of Full Focus Creative Media for USAID

Recovery, Reconstruction, Resilience: Tetra Tech’s Mission to Support Ukraine

Expanding Energy Security and Addressing Power Needs 

In the face of sub-zero temperatures and Russia’s systematic attacks on the energy grid, Tetra Tech is helping USAID and the Government of Ukraine provide citizens with power, heat, and hot water by supplying generators and other critical equipment to repair damaged infrastructure and strengthen energy security.

Our team serves as the lead procurement agent for the European Union’s Energy Community Secretariat’s Ukraine Energy Support Fund—a transparent and speedy vehicle to mobilize international support to help rebuild critical infrastructure.

Tetra Tech is also supporting USAID to perform a rapid assessment of the power needs of water and sanitation service providers in Kyiv, Kharkiv, Kherson, and Lviv. 

Creating Safe Ground in Civilian Areas 

To enable the safe return to civilian areas, we are supporting the U.S. Department of State to create safe ground across the country by strengthening the Government of Ukraine’s capacity to locate and remove landmines, unexploded and abandoned ordnance, improvised explosive devices, and other explosive hazards. 

We are also supporting local capacity building and expansion of the Ukrainian Deminers Association, a non-governmental organization specializing in warning and educating the population about the dangers of explosive hazards, as well as surveying and demining critical infrastructure to enable its repair and reconstruction. 

Advancing Transparency in Government 

Through our anti-corruption project for USAID, which builds on decades of previous governance work, we are expanding our network of anti-corruption champions across government, working intensively with the RISE Ukraine coalition and identifying best international practices in the fight against corruption.

Looking Forward

With our Ukrainian partners in the lead, Tetra Tech is building on more than thirty years of work in Ukraine supporting USAID, the U.S. Department of State, and many other global donors. We will continue to coordinate our activities with government, civil society, and private sector partners – remaining mission-focused to help Ukraine achieve sustainable sovereignty and build a better, more modern nation. 


Ukrenergo employee – Photo courtesy of USAID Ukraine Energy Security Project