Five blocks of flats throughout Moldova will be equipped with horizontal heat distribution systems and hot water supply systems, and three hospitals with photovoltaic panels, with the support of the European Union and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).
Managers of blocks of flats are invited to apply by 29 August, and hospital managers by 2 September.
The works are financed by the European Union’s programme ‘Addressing the impacts of the energy crisis in the Republic of Moldova’, and are implemented by the UNDP.
The selected apartment buildings will be equipped with a horizontal heat distribution system, which is much more efficient than the vertical one and allows individual heating and hot water meters to be installed in each flat, thus regulating the temperature and, in turn, the bill.
The application form and requirements are available here.
Hospitals will be equipped with a photovoltaic panel system using a net metering mechanism to reduce electricity costs. The capacity of the power plant will be up to 200 kW. The works will include the design, installation of the photovoltaic system and its start-up, in accordance with all requirements established by law. Details are available here.
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