This was a pioneering project in the area of renewable energies in the Philippines, because photovoltaic technology is not well-established in the Philippines so far and there are hardly any grid-connected systems.
With a performance of 17 kWp both systems can minimize the electricity costs for the school and the children´s village. Thus, the school and the “Kinderdorf” (children’s village) will have more money for teaching materials, furniture and other things needed.
On 2nd August the school, now shining in new splendour, and the new photovoltaic systems were inaugurated. Many representatives from Lyoness, the CFF and the GFF were present and celebrated the start of the new school year together with children and teachers.