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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, 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

Combisol Project: „Solar combi systems are gaining market share“

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on April 26, 2011

 Combisol Logo” In December 2010, the Solar Combisystems Promotion and Standardisation (CombiSol) project ended after running for three full years. The aim of the project was to expand the market development of Solar Combi Systems (SCS), which provide both space heating and domestic hot water, and to promote an improvement of the quality of systems installed. Project partners were the National Institute of Solar Energy – Education (INES Education), France, the Institute of Thermodynamics and Thermal Process Engineering (ITW) of the University of Stuttgart, Germany, French Environment and Energy Management Agency ADEME, PlanEnergi, Denmark, the Committee Renewable Energy at the Institute for Sustainable Technologies (AEE), Austria, and Dalarna University, Sweden.

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