TSAGHKADZOR, Armenia (RFE/RL) – Armenia’s first-ever major solar power plant went on stream on Friday, September 29 with a senior government official predicting the country’s growing reliance on renewable sources of energy. Read more.
Green Armenia recently received 14 applications for its 2017-2018 environmental fellowship. The applicants were interviewed and the winner was selected in early June. Gevorg Guloyan, Mkhitar Avetisyan and Irina Mkrtchyan are the winners for their Fests Go Green Project, that aims toward proper waste management and public education at the upcoming Areni Wine Festival in Armenia. They received $3000 towards the cost of this project, as well as a work station at Impact Hub Yerevan’s facility to work on their Project. This team will not stop their activity after this Festival and will continue with their waste management and recycling efforts at the future festivals throughout Armenia.
AESA continues supporting the Ministry of Nature Protection of Armenia.
To Submit Your Application Visit: http://yerevan.impacthub.net/programs-and-events/ green-armenia-fellowship/