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The EU has installed solar panels at two bus stops in the Armenian capital Yerevan

07 July, 2017 | 20:45

The EU has installed solar panels at two bus stops in the Armenian capital Yerevan to promote the use of renewable energy in the country. The bus stops will be opened on 7 July by the EU Delegation to Armenia. This is one of the events taking place as part of the EU Energy Days organised in Armenia between 3 and 7 July.

“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,” said the EU Delegation in a press release. “Each solar powered bus stop can fully charge up to 24 phones daily.”

The EU Energy Days have been organised to highlight the reforms in the energy sector implemented with the support of the European Union, as well as to showcase recent developments and share perspectives in fostering renewable, alternative and sustainable energy practices in Armenia through EU-funded projects and institutional partners.

The EU has installed solar panels at two bus stops in the Armenian capital Yerevan to promote the use of renewable energy in the country. The bus stops will be opened on 7 July by the EU Delegation to Armenia. This is one of the events taking place as part of the EU Energy Days organised in Armenia between 3 and 7 July. “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,” said the EU Delegation in a press release. “Each solar powered bus stop can fully charge up to 24 phones daily.” The EU Energy Days have been organised to highlight the reforms in the energy sector implemented with the support of the European Union, as well as to showcase recent developments and share perspectives in fostering renewable, alternative and sustainable energy practices in Armenia through EU-funded projects and institutional partners.


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