Viva-MST, FPWC continue street lighting program in rural Armenian


Viva-MST and the Foundation for the Preservation of Wildlife and Cultural Assets continue the installation of contemporary and energy-efficient outdoor lighting systems in Armenian communities.Systematic work is being carried out in remote villages to ensure the effectiveness of the program. The partners have been upgrading old and worn-out infrastructures and, if necessary, working from scratch to build a new modern lighting system.
The introduction of modern energy-efficient systems allows not only to reduce the gap in the development of the capital vs regions, but also to contribute to the creation of a network of eco-villages while saving community budgets. The implementation of the program significantly contributes to the security of the residents: it reduces the risk of possible wildlife attack during night hours.
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