Some examples showing application of nonconventional ways of reception of energy in Moldova. Our country has no minerals рессурсов, therefore so-called renewed sources are our future of power. Moldova and energy it is always actual.
The wind turbine and the photovoltaic panels installed at the Lyceum of the Moldovan Academy of Sciences, with a total capacity of 600 W, allow the students to charge their PCs, cell-phones, and to illuminate one hallway of the lyceum with energy generated by wind and sun.
Ion Cataraga, a student at the Lyceum of the Academy of Sciences, invented a generator operating onwind energy capable to charge a cell-phone.
These two photovoltaic panels installed on the roof of the Energy Institute under the Academy of Science ensured the illumination of the hall on a floor (in a photo below).
Is also geothermal energy. The “Emilul Nou” Lyceum from Ialoveni opted for a geo-thermal energy-basedheating system based. The 55 kW heat pump, installed in 2010, ensures the necessary volume of heat for the entire lyceum with an area of 3000 m2.