The kindergarten in the village of Ermoclia has declared its independence — energy independence, that is. Instead of struggling to keep students warm with expensive imported gas, the kindergarten now heats up with locally produced biomass fuels. It’s good for the children and the environment too. Anmore
Overwhelmed by daily chores, having to cope with the challenges of being a mother of twochildren and an excellent wife, Ludmila Abramciuc from the town of Balti in Moldova, leaves everyone in awe when she announces that since 2008 she finds time and energy to manage a biomass briquette production comore
A solar powered concert in Chisinau this past weekend is just the beginning for rock band FurioSnails. "In 2014, we would like to organize a larger-scale concert powered by renewable energy," said FurioSnails soloist Lilian Severin. "We intend to promote alternative energy resources. more
Moldova’s move towards renewable energy supplies has brought a boom in the biomass fuel business. Since the fuel is relatively clean and inexpensive, it’s a triple win for consumers, businesses and the environment. Entrepreneur Oleg Donoaga set up one of the country’s first companies to transform pmore
The publication “UNDP Moldova: Towards Equitable and Sustainable Development for All” takes stock of the key results and achievements of UNDP’s work in Moldova during 2007-2011 and presents the priorities of the new country programme for 2013-2017.