The kindergarten in Horesti, Ialoveni, switched from natural gas heating to clean energy. Starting with this autumn, the heat in the institution will be provided by biomass, and hot water – by solar energy.
Winners of the first creative laboratory in elections – InnoVoter – were designated today, 16 September 2018. For three days, 30 IT innovation-surfing young people created prototypes for applications to visualize in real-time the 2019 general elections’ progress and preliminary results.
InnoVoter represents a contest of ideas dedicated to developers and designers. For three days, they will work in six teams to create the coolest, simplest and most attractive methods to present the elections’ progress and preliminary results in real-time during the elections day.
The Republic of Moldova’s Carbon Finance Unit, together with the Ministry of Agriculture, Regional Development and Environment, have released the first results of an in-depth study of the country’s vehicle imports spanning 2005 – 2017.
Solar and biomass energy bring clean energy and reduce the bills for heating and hot water in the kindergarten “Speranta” from Lozova village, Straseni district. Since autumn, the institution will have a modern biomass heating plant and solar panels.