Our products on Renewable Energy

This activity aimed at increasing our students’ awareness of the significance of Sustainable Energy, it’s sources and their exploitation in their countries. Each partner school investigated the extent to which each source of renewable energy is harnessed in their country and created a presentation on the current situation at national level. The ultimate goal of this activity was to encourage our students to develop both a activist and an enterpreneurial attitude towards Renewable Energy.

The Spanish team‘s presentation on Renewable Energy in general and its applications in Spain per source and form is available here: https://prezi.com/p/9tcai24-81eg/renewable-energy/

The Turkish team’s presentations of the theoretical background of Renewable Energy and its sources, forms and applications in the world as well as inTurkey are here: https://drive.google.com/open?id=10665PhKM0BNwncqQGX_BIluaCIwo5R5b

In addition, the Turkish team interviewed a representative of a private company active in applications of RES in Turkey to promote our understanding of the entrepreneurial potential of Renewable Energy. The interview was filmed and is available here: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1xQvjbN-jrS-8zx9MrOAzPrJlCojeCX5r

Likewise, the Italian team interviewed a well-known Italian entrepreneur who has recently been investing in RES about his rationale. You can watch the video here to be convinced of the high entrepreneurial potential of RES:

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1QzD46pgBFiPsRF010YXLG4yW9z-HbMjk

The Italian team’s presentations included the good practices of the Cappucini monks at their Convent in the 16th century which point to drawing energy from the waste (today’s concept of biomass) and collecting/recycling rainwater. You can see the presentation here: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1wbxYLAhgzCD43uX85QeFBGWlsMAGu3sU

The current situation in Italy regarding the exploitation of RES was displayed with facts and figures in the presentation here: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1srru9Gk96K1whsN7-5ilktM-L1me_rq_

The presentation of the Greek team including not only the figures for Greece but also the innovative project carried out by the School of Agricultural Studies in Athens is here: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Yo9932_t-SKk5TONismdx9Ep57dBSWfFwH0_p2rSkb8

The Czech team‘s presentation included a chart of the forms of Renewable Energy that are used in the Czech Republic with their share in the total energy consumption https://drive.google.com/open?id=13bK9MhP_73r2-N-KCFq4d6r5ta0XmjxpryuZwgLHW4M as well as a more detailed analysis of the most prominent RES in the Czech Republic and their applications https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B82IxJIaG0YIWWUwX0tOeExDS0JEOWlXTkVUWTBzamRPM1V3

In addition, some of the teams constructed a solar car model each at their schools to put in a race contest at the meeting. Here are the presentations of each model solar car:

The German model: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BxnJHSIJaM4FaVd2QkdsQlFRVUtuZXdWbjVuOEdqRUdnY2h3,

the Greek model car’s presentation https://drive.google.com/open?id=1rpEEG_D4qD8iQD0euDvVQnkw1VUcyGiz9aOktjJ1g7w and a video of its evolution https://drive.google.com/open?id=1x5VbNVNWX-WzsERqSXAbGZqGTJ-dS-Ug

and the Turkish model‘s presentation is here https://drive.google.com/open?id=1hIr6VPZcbQwpq2R0I_vFcWQEYAjDZywH

The winner of the contest was the Greek car; made exclusively of recyclable materials, as shown in the evaluation grid here: https://drive.google.com/open?id=15DHyYk1lMM4t9mZfAbtoOyEgoloF-KtnK4wDSmpYVmc