An EnergyLab's outreach project in partnership with University of Groningen in the Netherlands, aiming to promote clean energy among high school students in Cambodia.
2 Dutch volunteers and 24 Cambodian university students will work together to conduct interactive solar sessions with 3,600 Cambodian high school students who will learn about clean energy and make and test their own solar cell. 120 one-hour sharing sessions, each of which include a clean energy presentation and a solar cell experiment at 24 public high schools in Phnom Penh, Kandal, Kampong Speu and Takeo from February 24th - March 7th 2020.
For two weeks our Ambassadors have been busy traveling around Phnom Penh, Takeo, Kandal, and Kampong Speu to teach high school students about clean energy and build their very own solar cell! A great achievement for our 24 Cambodian and 2 Dutch Ambassadors can reach 20 schools and over 3000 students in just 11 days!
Why Solar Lab Tour?
To spread clean energy knowledge among high school students in Cambodia.
To inspire Cambodian high school students to love clean energy and get involved in clean energy industry and technological innovation in the future.
Watch how Dutch young scientists test their solar cell...
Agenda of Each Solar Lab Session
February 24th - March 7th 2020
Screening "What is Clean Energy" Video
Presentation on Clean Energy, Climate Change and Solar Power.
Solar Cell Experiment
Students are given protective lab coats and glasses, and will make an organic Graetzel solar cell, and then take the solar cell outside to test the cell and measure the voltage across the solar cell
Post-test and Feedback, and Wrap-up
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