This project seeks to transfer and pilot a smart, adjustable, and hybrid Energy Integrator & Storage Hub: DROMADER 3G® produced by a Polish Company MAKROTERM. Solar collectors systems will be integrated with the existing 24 kw gas stove. The system that will be implemented provides a straightforward, reasonably priced, and energy-efficient way to encourage the Republic of Moldova to utilize green energy technologies. Solar energy collectors, a small energy buffer, an integrator, and a heat pump will be installed at the kindergarten in Antonesti, South East of Moldova. The action is co-financed by the MFA of PL, being managed by UNDP, under the Polish Challenge Fund Facility.
The cornerstone of the action is to combine the pilot installation at the creche in Antonesti (South-East Moldova, Rayon Stefan Voda) with a Smart Energy LAB – a live learning-by-doing formula workshop for Moldovan architects and heat technology engineers alongside the representatives of public energy providers agencies and academics involved in tertiary education in engineering/architecture departments.
The outputs of the pilot as well as the LAB will be mainstreamed via events and media (both traditional and social), promoting Polish Green Energy Retrofit Solutions among Moldovan architects and engineers, as well as the public sector. The project envisages recurrent certification and attestation of the introduced system, allowing its direct and immediate simple uptake of the solution on the Moldovan market. The action is co-financed by the MFA of PL, being managed by UNDP, under the Polish Challenge Fund Facility.