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Alexandr Avanesov

Solar power plants installed in Armenian Noyemberyan

Solar power plants installed in Armenian Noyemberyan

ArmInfo. The Territorial Development Fund of the Ministry of Territorial Administration and Infrastructures of Armenia, with the assistance of the United States  Agency for International Development (USAID), is implementing a local  self-government reform program, which, among many other investments,  provides for the introduction of AMD 30 million for the installation  of solar stations in the enlarged Noyemberyan community.

As reported by the press service of the RA Ministry of Territorial  Administration and Infrastructures, the first solar power plant has  already been installed on the roof of the Noyemberyan culture house.  Its capacity is 20 kilowatts. The station will annually produce about  25 thousand kilowatt / hour of electricity.

By September, it is planned to put into operation four more stations  with a total installed capacity of 80 kW, two of which will be  installed at pumping stations supplying drinking water to the border  village of Barekamavan. After the successful completion of the  project, the enlarged community of Noembkryan will save about five  million drams per year.

Note that in addition to USAID, the idea of developing alternative  energy in Armenia is actively supported by the European Union, which  has allocated 80 million euros for this purpose. Another 300 million  euros will be directed by the EU and European financial institutions  to improve security energy complex of the country and diversification  of energy sources. Most of the funds will come in the form of loans,  the other in the form of grants. At the same time, projects in the  field of energy efficiency will be considered a priority, which  should be aimed at reducing dependence on energy imports, smoothing  the growing demand for it and providing more affordable, economical,  as well as environmental energy solutions. Currently, residential  buildings represent the largest energy-consuming sector in Armenia -  about 40% of electricity and gas. The task of the EU and the Armenian  authorities is to reduce this indicator in the short term to 20%, and  in the long term - until 2030 - to reach almost zero energy  consumption (NZEB) using renewable energy sources. A long-term  roadmap is also being developed, the goal of which is to ensure 100%  NZEB compliance of all new public buildings in Armenia by the middle  of the century. A procedure for the certification of eco-labeling for  "green buildings" is also being developed.

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