Partnership aimed at infrastructure development in communities
Installation of outdoor illumination energy efficient systems continues in the borderland villages. This time, in the frames of Alternative Energy project, due to the joint efforts of the Foundation for the Preservation of Wildlife and Cultural Assets (FPWC) and VivaCell-MTS, 41 LED lights were installed in Zaritap village of Vayots Dzor, illuminating 1500 meter-long territory.
“The program implemented in borderland communities resolves more than one problem. We have had opportunities to share about the environmental, energy-saving, economic profitability of the program. But there is one more aspect to reflect on: this infrastructure with the opportunities it offers can become a unique model of business management for the community. It will let manage the modest budget of the community and steer the saved means to efficient implementation of other programs in longer-term perspective. After all, each community has its own approach in assessing the problems, and its principle of prioritizing the solution of those problems,” VivaCell-MTS General Manager Ralph Yirikian said.