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Connecting kids with solar power

basisschool-de-kubus-sAmersfoort, May 26, 2014. The investing members of the solar system at De Kubus were presented a great solar harvest of last year during the general meeting of Cooperative Zon@School.

plasterk-solarschoolsAmersfoort, June 30, 2013. Minister Plasterk visited the Kubus today, our first Dutch SolarSchool. He received the project report "Borderless discussions" by a few pupils of the eighth grade who participated to the project.

wethouder-cees-van-eijk-solarschoolsAmersfoort, June 14, 2013. The final chord of the successfull SolarSchools project was given today.

kubus-takelen.jpgAmersfoort May 8, 2013. The solar panels have been installed at primary school the Kubus, our first Dutch SolarSchool. Co-workers of Eneco Installation Company placed 60 solar panels, covering the roof.

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Amersfoort - Srê Ampil, January 25, 2012. Both in the Netherlands as well as in Cambodia is working hard on the preparations of the first SolarSchools schoolrelationship. And not without succes. The project is taking shape and various milestones are achieved.

 seven-khmer-dishes.JPGAmersfoort – Srê Ampil, April 10, 2013. The second round of the educational part of SolarSchools turned out to be a great success. Grade eight pupils of the Kubus and Cambodian children from the village Srê Ampil entertained each other with their daily life. This week, the children prepared delicious meals for each other.

zonschool.gifAmersfoort, January 14, 2013. Today is signed a contract in the cityhall of Amersfoort by what it is possible to place solar panels on primary school the Kubus. A part of this solar panels is aimed to raise money for the SolarSchools project.

milabom-bartormel-eindpresentatie-solarschools.jpgEnschede, September 28, 2012. Mila Bom has succeeded her educational studies with a beautiful presentation for a large group of friends and acquaintances.

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Srê Ampil, April 27, 2012. Today the first SolarSchools computer room is opened in Cambodia. After years of preparation the ribbon of this pilot project was cut. An important milestone is passed by this.

solarschools-sre-ampil-1.jpgSrê Ampil, March 3, 2012. Ruud Bredewold of Esyst installed the computers for the SolarSchools project in Cambodia. After this, the computer classroom is commissioned to PicoSol Cambodia and the Khmer Foundation.