The project of roof-top solar installations with photovoltaic panels that generate electricity and solar water heating panels will be implemented in Askeran and Shushi communities of Artsakh Republic in 2018.
As the Executive Director of Shushi-based Yeznik Mozyan Vocational School Vaspurak Karapetyan told Artsakhpress, the project will be implemented with the funds of Hayastan All-Armenian Fund’s French affiliate and installed by the school students.
“Roof-top solar installations will be placed at the schools and kindergartens of the mentioned communities, while solar water heating panels will be installed on all houses of Artsakh Qarin Tak village,” Karapetyan said, adding the project is sponsored by Hayastan Al-Armenian Fund and envisages to construct solar power stations in all regions of Artsakh.
The installation works will involve both the members of the vocation schools and Arpi Solar organization which is specialized in installing solar power plants.
Karapetyan next spoke of this year’s Thanksgiving Day Telethon by Hayastan Fund that will be held on November 23. To note, proceeds from the event will be used for building irrigation and solar-energy infrastructures across Artsakh, within the organization’s new flagship program “Fruitful Artsakh.”
In his words, the program will solve acute problems, including offsetting electricity demand by the residents and the decentralize the energy system of the republic.