“Eurasia” CPO in cooperation with the Embassy of Japan in Armenia will install the first 70 kW Solar Photovoltaic Power Station in Azatan village, Shirak Province.

Today, on July 31, the signing ceremony of the project “Construction of 70 kW solar photovoltaic power plant in Azatan village” was held, Shirak region.

The ceremony  was attended by Mr. Jun Yamada (Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of  Japan to the Republic of Armenia,) Mr. NverTorosyan (President of “Eurasia“ CPO ), Mr. Vardan Ikilikyan  (Head of Azatan Community), Mr. Karen Sarukanyan (Governor of Shirak Province) and other officials, local people and etc.

The event was accompanied by a concert program attended by the Tigran Mets Dance Ensemble of Azatan Community, the boxing champions, as well as the students of JKS Armenia Federation.

It will be built as a result of joint cooperation between “Eurasia” CPO and the Embassy of Japan in Armenia

The project funding will be provided by the Embassy of Japan in Armenia within the framework of Grant Assistance for Grassroots Human Security Projects.The co-financing of the project will cost up to $ 100,000 USD and the construction works are expected to be completed within six months.

 The Solar Station will annually produce about 100,000 kWh of electricity and will reduce more than 50,000 kg of carbon emissions to environment,improving not only the environmental situation of the area and adjacent settlements, but also the socio-economic condition of the community residents as well.

“Eurasia” CPO was founded in 1997 in the Republic of Armenia. During the 21 years of its activity, the organization has been implementing and continues to implement number of projects in the Republic of Armenia to offer solutions to economic, social, environmental, educational and other issues. Through our activities we try to improve the lives of people and make our country a better place to live.