Eastern Europe Energy Efficiency and Environment Partnership (E5P)

Currently energy intensity per capita in Moldova is about three times higher than in EU countries. Since the 1990s district heating networks have deteriorated throughout the country and substantial investments are needed including metering and automation equipment. There are around 4,300 public buildings in Moldova including schools, kindergartens and hospitals. The high costs of heating in some cases exceed the budgets of the public institutions. Energy saving measures in these sectors and also in street lighting and public transport will cut energy costs to end users and reduce Moldova’s high dependency on energy imports. Read More

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