Project: Laboratory Equipment and Devices for Technical and Engineering University of Ghazni, Afghanistan
Promoter: SlovakAid, Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava (STU)
Provider: Lema Consultants
Location: Technical and Engineering University of Ghazni
- This laboratory facility designed for the educational process in the photovoltaic power production demonstration.
- Off-grid PV – 10 kWp; 13,4 kWh; 6,3 kW
- The facilities are procured under the official development assistance of the Slovak Republic for Afghanistan.
- The project was financed from the resources of the Slovak Development Aid for Afghanistan under the SAMRS /2018/AFG/01/01.
- LEMA Consultants secured the delivery of modern European photovoltaic technology to the university of Ghazni.
- Main partner in Slovak Republic was Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava (STU) , The Faculty of Chemical and Food Technology.
- Main partner in Afghanistan was Technical and Engineering University of Ghazni.
Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava (STU) is a modern research and higher education institution.
STU offers education in technical fields and involves students in research in natural sciences, computer sciences, construction, architecture, materials technologies, chemistry and food technologies. Research teams at the University are involved in international projects and annually deal with about 500 research projects funded through grants and hundreds of research contracts commissioned by businesses.
The Faculty of Chemical and Food Technology has an exceptional position in the system of Slovak university education. It is the only faculty providing complete university education based on first-rate chemical-engineering and natural science theoretical foundations, educating engineers for all fields of chemical and food processing industry.
Official Development Assistance of the Slovak Republic is an intrinsic instrument of the Slovak foreign policy, which to a large extent shapes Slovakia’s relations with aid recipients and relevant international organizations. Having committed itself to the fulfillment of the Millennium Development Goals, Slovakia shares the responsibility for global development and poverty reduction endeavors in developing countries, aiming to promote their sustainable development.