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Moldenergy 2018, Chisinau

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on September 13, 2017
Moldenergy 2018 will take place from 25 to 28 April in Chisinau, Moldova. Key themes of the exhibition project are energetic, thermal and power-technical equipment, as well as power-saving technologies.
 

Moldova: Two Solar Thermal Projects Among 16 Award Winners

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on January 18, 2017
Moldova Award CeremonyThe fourth edition of the Moldova Eco-Energetica Gala was held on 2 December 2016 in the International Exhibition Centre MoldExpo in Chisinau. Around 400 guests attended the event, which is one of the highlights of the Moldova Eco-Energy Week organised every year by the Energy Efficiency Agency (EEA), the Energy and Biomass Project in Moldova and the national Energy Efficiency Fund (EFF). Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Economy Octavian Calmâc (see photo) and EEA Director Mihai Stratan presented awards to 16 projects and initiatives using and promoting renewable energies and energy efficiency, two primarily solar thermal ones among them.
Photo: EEA website
 

Moldova: Tender Invitation to Attract Collector Producers

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on October 12, 2016
MoldovaThe Moldovan Agency of Energy Efficiency (AEE) and the country’s Ministry of Economy have jointly announced a tender invitation to companies which would like to start their own solar collector production in Moldova. According to a news article published on 28 September on Russian Mail website mail.ru, the invitation will be made in mid-October. The project will be funded by the Moldovan government as well as a private investor. The map shows the country of Moldova, which is situated between Romania and Ukraine and has a population of around 4 million.
Map: Wikipedia
 

Moldenergy 2017, Chisinau

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on June 21, 2016
Moldenergy 2017 will take place from 15 to 18 March in Chisinau, Moldova. Key themes of the exhibition project are energetic, thermal and power-technical equipment, as well as power-saving technologies. 
 

Moldova: National Programme to Promote Solar Thermal Installations

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on October 22, 2015

Solar thermal technology will be part of the second phase of the Moldova Energy and Biomass Project. The project aims at a more secure, competitive and sustainable energy production in the Republic of Moldova by promoting renewable heating systems. It is planned to run between January 2015 and November 2017, offering a budget of EUR 9.4 million funded by the European Union. One of the project’s goals is to supply municipal institutions with at least 80 heating systems primarily burning biomass briquettes and pellets from agricultural waste. Up to 21 of the chosen institutions are said to receive a pilot heating system combining solar thermal and a biomass boiler. During the first phase of the Moldova Energy and Biomass Project (2011-2014), the programme helped to install 141 biomass-based heating systems at schools, nurseries and community centres without additional solar heating.

Moldenergy 2016, Chisinau

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on August 31, 2015
Moldenergy 2016 will take place from 16 to 19 March in Chisinau, Moldova. Key themes of the exhibition project are energetic, thermal and power-technical equipment, as well as power-saving technologies. Moldenergy 2014 attracted 71 exhibitors and more than 9,200 visitors.
 

Moldenergy 2015, Chisinau

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on August 9, 2014

Moldenergy 2015 will take place from 20 to 23 March in Chisinau, Moldova. Key themes of the exhibition project are energetic, thermal and power-technical equipment, as well as power-saving technologies. Moldenergy 2014 attracted 71 exhibitors and more than 9,200 visitors.

Ukraine/Georgia: Women for a Sunny Energy Supply in EECCA

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on May 5, 2014
WECFEnergy poverty is a widespread phenomenon throughout Eastern Europe, the Caucasus and Central Asia (EECCA). Many poor people living in these regions can hardly pay the ever-rising electricity costs. To heat their houses in winter, they are often forced to burn wood, diesel or any other thing they can find, such as plastic - with all the harmful impacts on the environment. “Switch to the sun – live in comfort!” is what activists of Women in Europe for a Common Future (WECF) tell them in such a situation. WECF, an international non-governmental network of women’s and environmental organisations, is committed to helping people in rural areas in the Ukraine, Georgia and other countries of the EECCA region gain a sustainable energy supply, mainly by utilising solar water heaters. The photo shows the participants of a workshop with the newly built solar water heater in the city of Kamensk-Uralsk, Russia.
Photo: WECF/Ecoclub Ukraine
 

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