Clean energy: the Moldovan villages setting up their own energy supply sources

Clean energy: the Moldovan villages setting up their own energy supply sources

29 May 2018
As the European Union’s Member States mark EU Sustainable Energy Week, stakeholders are discussing and sharing their experience in renewable energy sources, energy security strategies and environmental issues. In this article, we look at some examples of businesses in the field of renewable energy…
Wind farm in Gori successfully generates renewable energy in Georgia

Wind farm in Gori successfully generates renewable energy in Georgia

28 May 2018
In Gori, around 90 km from Tbilisi, six wind turbines have been steadily generating power for the past two years. Qartli Wind Farm is the first wind farm built in Georgia and the first commercial wind power plant built in the South Caucasus. It was made possible with the support of the European…
Solar panels on blinds: how a Ukrainian innovation is achieving worldwide success

Solar panels on blinds: how a Ukrainian energy innovation is achieving worldwide success

28 May 2018
Energy independence is increasing in Ukraine, and the number of innovations that help to achieve this is also on the rise. The issue of energy efficiency remains relevant for Ukraine. Ukraine's economy one of the most energy-intensive in the world. Artificially low energy prices over the course…
All is clear: How Belarus develops solar energy

All is clear: How Belarus develops solar energy

28 May 2018
In view of the upcoming EU Sustainable Energy Week, we are trying to find out how much solar energy Belarus produces and how the European Union supports solar energy in Belarus. According to some scientists, solar may become the main energy source within the next 20 years. Over the last ten years…
EU’s Green Energy Project helps fight poverty in Armenia

EU’s Green Energy Project helps fight poverty in Armenia

28 May 2018
Armenia is making its first steps in the field of green energy. If we consider the country’s geographical location and high levels of sunshine, solar energy in particular can be an excellent solution for local communities who still face problems with heating supply. Green energy is both less…
Energy efficiency - a reality in the Republic of Moldova

Energy efficiency - a reality in the Republic of Moldova

27 April 2018
The Republic of Moldova uses a considerable amount of energy for heating, with the residential sector being the country’s major energy consumer (40% of the total final consumption volume), according to a study by the United Nations Development Programme. Regardless of their technical conditions,…
The unspent millions: how Ukrainian enterprises are reducing their dependency on Russian gas

The unspent millions: how Ukrainian enterprises are reducing their dependency on Russian gas

27 April 2018
New modern equipment and the replacement of gas boilers has helped enterprises such as Nibulon and Uniplyt to save millions of dollars and cubic metres of gas annually. Ukraine remains one of the most energy consuming countries in the world. For many years, artificially low energy prices…
‘The key is implementing laws in real life’: why Moldova needs energy efficiency

‘The key is implementing laws in real life’: why Moldova needs energy efficiency

26 April 2018
Energy efficiency in the Republic of Moldova is at a very low level. In order to produce goods or services with a worth of €1,000 in Moldova, three times more energy is consumed than in EU countries. The Energy Community, which includes Moldova, decided to assist Moldovan authorities to improve the…
The power of numbers

The power of energy numbers

19 April 2018
Interview with IEA experts Claire Morel and Talya Vatman - EU4Energy Data Workshop Endless queues of cars and people with gas canisters in front of gasoline stations – that’s a well-known scene from the US of 1973, the peak of the oil crisis when the members of the Organization of Arab Petroleum…
EU helps Villages in the Republic of Moldova Produce Renewable Energy Locally

EU helps Villages in the Republic of Moldova Produce Renewable Energy Locally

23 March 2018
Hancesti district, located in the centre of the Republic of Moldova, can be considered truly green. In recent years, natural gas and coal – associated not only with higher costs, but also with environmental pollution – are being increasingly replaced by biomass and solar energy in the district.…