Geothermal heating and cooling for public buildings


June 3, 2015





June 3, 2015




Elementary school, kindergarten and local cultural centre in Ilinden municipality will use renewable energy sources for heating and cooling of 7,000 square meters of interior space, portal said. An energy efficient system for three public buildings has been put into use by transport and communications minister Vlado Misajlovski and Ilinden mayor Žika Stojanovski. The value of the project, supported by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and the World Bank is MKD 26 million (EUR 42.000).

Implementation of energy efficient systems for heating and cooling, utilizing groundwater’s temperature, achieves savings of up to 40% on electricity and heating energy costs, enabling improvement in conditions for education and the education process, the quality of child protection, creating conditions for the development of culture in the municipality, as well as environmental protection, mayor Stojanovski said.

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