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    YEREVAN—Armenia’s capital has taken another major step towards solar-energized future. On Friday, Head of the European Union Delegation, EU Ambassador to Armenia Piotr Świtalski tested the city’s first solar-powered bus stop as part of the EU Energy Days 2017 initiative.

    The Delegation of the European Union to Armenia has initiated the installation of solar panels at two bus stops of Yerevan to promote the use of renewable energy in the country. Situated on Moskovyan and Baghramyan streets, the bus stops will enable residents and visitors of Yerevan to charge their cell-phones and other digital gadgets with free solar energy. Each solar powered bus stop can fully charge up to 24 phones daily. Each phone requires 5 watt to charge. The charging duration depends on the brand and technical specifications of the gadgets.

    Published in Infrastructure

    In the sunniest country, now the solar power will be more accessible

    The official opening of SolarOn, the first solar panels producing factory in Armenia, will take place on June 29 in Yerevan. The company has been operating in test mode since spring and has already implemented a number of projects for installation of solar power stations for industrial and residential areas. A mini solar system was installed even in the centre of Yerevan, on the roof of a residential high-rise building

    Published in Business
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