For a few years, the kindergarten within the village of Armavir (Armavir province) has been working in a compelled idle mode throughout the winter. Even the inherent gentle local weather of this area doesn’t assist to keep away from costly heating strategies. Nevertheless, a brand new heating system has been put in within the constructing, abandoning the heating with electrical tiles and stoves earlier than, using gas-fired boilers is dearer. Probably the most real looking and efficient solution to keep away from costly heating expertise is to put in a photo voltaic photovoltaic plant.
After studying about this problem, Viva-MTS and the Basis for the Preservation of Wildlife and Cultural Belongings (FPWC) got here up with an environmentally pleasant answer to it. Work is already underway as a result of it’s deliberate to begin heating the kindergarten with photo voltaic vitality in 2023.
To attain zero value, the plant will function with a set capability of twenty-two.5 kW/h. As well as, it has two electrical boilers to be put in with a capability of 21 kW/h. The generated vitality will guarantee the standard and extra free circulation of labor within the kindergarten. As well as, it’s attainable to extend the variety of college students and open a brand new group.
Victoria Avagyan, the principal of the kindergarten, considers this mission, applied collectively by Viva-MTS and FPWC, to be crucial.
“Armenia has lots of daylight. We use pure assets to maintain our prices. Our bills will likely be diminished and we’ll use the financial savings for different functions. At the moment, there are a complete of 60 college students in 2 kindergarten teams. We wish to add one other group, which was beforehand unattainable as a result of exterior situations such because the absence of heating, additionally in particular person rooms. Now, with this photo voltaic system in place, we can increase sufficient funds to open a 3rd group,” mentioned Victoria Avagyan.