Approximately 65 t CO2 are the expected amounts of saved carbon emissions from the implementation of the project on the territory of the partner municipalities
Just over 65 t CO2 are the expected amounts of saved carbon emissions on the territory of the partner municipalities. These are initial calculations made on the basis of the specified data in the technical specification of the equipment from renewable energy sources pledged for financing.
Within the framework of the project, installation activities on the construction of charging stations for electric vehicles powered by solar panels have already started in some of the Black Sea municipalities – partners in the project, but for now only the municipality of Dulgopol has completely finished the procedure for their delivery and installation. The installed charging station provides the simultaneous charging of two electric cars and is powered by electricity produced by solar panels installed on the roof of the municipal building in front of which it is installed. In this way, its autonomy from the power grid is ensured and this makes it a “green measure” of the municipality for adapting to climate change.
The total installed capacity of photovoltaics required for charging stations for electric vehicles in the six partner municipalities will be just over 121 kWp, resulting in the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions and adaptation to the expected adverse effects of climate change. 65 tons of greenhouse gas emissions saved per year is considered a significant amount.
In addition, within the framework of the Black Sea E-mobility project, the partner municipalities have already acquired one electric vehicle each for the provision of municipal services, thereby making their initial contribution to the transformation of municipal road transport towards zero-emission mobility.
Emissions of greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide (CO2), methane (CH4) and others play an important role in climate change, contributing to the warming of the Earth’s atmosphere. Saving 65 tons of emissions can indeed make a positive contribution to protecting the environment, especially considering that many industrial and other activities often produce large amounts of emissions.
Saving emissions can be achieved in a variety of ways, including through energy efficiency, use of renewable energy sources, improvement of production processes and other sustainable practices. These efforts are essential to reduce the adverse effects of climate change and to protect the environment for future generations.