Solar power plants are planned to be installed in three medical institutions:
– a children’s hospital
– a maternity hospital
– and the first polyclinic.
Thus, according to preliminary estimates, a 110 kW station for the Mother and Child Center will help replace traditional eclectic energy by 25% per year, while 40 kW stations for the buildings of the 1st Polyclinic and Children’s Hospital will replace 15% per year.
Currently, the relevant departments, together with experts from the Association of Energy Service Companies and representatives of the UNDP project, are working on all possible nuances to comply with legal requirements and ultimately achieve maximum savings. An ESCO investor for energy saving measures is selected through an open tender. The contract with them is approved by the deputies during a vote at the session.
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