Solar plant inauguration program and opening of an Educational center at a nomadic slum
2KV solar plant was installed at the Vidyalaya today. Guests, Mayura Rege, Shanta Samant, Gauri Manjarekar, Ingale, Pradip Alurkar, Rajput madam, Sanket Manjakrekar, Amrut Kulkarni, Sumeet Pai, Ravan sir were present during the inauguration. School will now be working on green energy entirely.
Solar power is the key to a clean energy future. Every day, the sun gives off far more energy than we need to power everything on earth. No greenhouse gas emissions are released into the atmosphere when you use solar panels to create electricity. And because the sun provides more energy than we’ll ever need, electricity from solar power is a very important energy source in the move to clean energy production
Kids are the ones that will be inheriting the world from us. Getting them invested early in protecting the environment will ensure that their curiosity and interest will live on once they become adults. Figuring out how to introduce the concept of renewable energy to kids can be tricky. The more significant challenge comes down to getting kids interested and excited versus putting them on the receiving end of another lecture. It also marked a special attempt to get children interested in renewable energy even at a young age.
On the same day, an educational center was opened at a nomadic slum in the presence of the guests.