Azerbaijan Making Strides In Green Energy Development In Its Liberated Territories


(MENAFN- Trend News Agency) BAKU, Azerbaijan, July 10. Over 2,000 kW of solar panels have already been installed in more than 300 private residential, public, and social buildings in the liberated territories of Azerbaijan. This installation process will continue in accordance with the settlement plans, the head of the project management department of the State Agency for renewable Energy Sources under the Ministry of energy Jabrayil Aliyev told Trend .

"Solar panels have been installed in various locations, including private houses in Zabukh, Sus, and Lachin villages, the Conference Center in Zangilan district, school buildings in Fizuli, Lachin districts, Zabukh village, and Shusha, as well as administrative buildings in Aghali village of Zangilan district. The capacity of these solar panels ranges from 3.3 kW in private houses to 325 kW in administrative buildings. The territories that have been liberated from occupation have been declared a "green energy" zone by the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan. The implementation of the "green" concept is currently underway in these territories.

The utilization of the high potential of renewable energy sources existing in the territories liberated from occupation and the provision of clean energy to the territories is one of the main goals of the concept. According to the requirements of the concept, the use of "green" technologies, including solar panels in private houses and public buildings, should be ensured during settlement.

In designing settlements and villages, several key factors are considered. These include generating electricity from renewable sources, implementing energy efficiency measures, promoting the use of electric vehicles, installing solar panels on building roofs, utilizing solar-powered LED lamps for street lighting, and incorporating intelligent energy management technologies," he noted.

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