Green energy used to heat kindergarten in Horesti thanks to EU support

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The FINANCIAL —  kindergarten in Horesti has switched from natural gas heating to green energy.

From this autumn, the institution’s heating will be provided by biomass, and its hot water by solar energy. Over 230 children and 30 employees will benefit from better conditions. The investment was possible thanks to the financial support of the EU provided by the Moldova Energy and Biomass Project, which is implemented by the United Nations Development Programme, according to EU Neighbours.

Both the administration of the kindergarten, as well as the town hall, say that this project benefits the local community and, especially, families who have children in the kindergarten. “Thanks to the support offered by the European Union, we managed to implement a project we have been dreaming about – to provide good conditions for children and kindergarten’s employees,” says the village mayor, Petru Cigoreanu.

The preschool institution in Horesti, Ialoveni is one of 265 kindergartens, schools and health facilities that has been connected to biomass heating systems with the support of the EU within the Energy and Biomass Project.


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