YEREVAN. – All Armenians want to be independent in energy sector, and it is time for respective investments.
Head of the Delegation of the European Union (EU) to Armenia, Ambassador Piotr Świtalski, on Friday stated about the aforementioned at the official opening of the first solar-powered bus stop in capital city Yerevan, and within the EU Energy Days 2017.
The ambassador noted that such bus stops can be considered European Union solar bus stops.
“The energy sector in Armenia is and will continue to be a key priority for the EU for the coming years Świtalski added. “It responds to one of the main constraints for economic growth and raises the living conditions of many Armenians in the regions as well as it helps to strengthen energy independence.”
Also, the EU diplomat said that solar power is a key energy source for a country like Armenia, which does not have oil, natural gas, or coal.