Some second-cycle schools in the Republic of Ghana, West Africa, which have developed renewable energy projects in their respective schools have participated in the Energy Commission’s maiden ‘High School Renewable Energy Challenge’, introduced this year alongside the 5th Ghana Renewable Energy Fair and National Energy Symposium.
The schools are Ebenezer Senior High School, Presbyterian Senior High School, Osu, Forces Senior High Technical School, Tema Technical Institute, Achimota Senior High School and Manhean Senior High Technical School.
Each of the schools was given 10 minutes to present their renewable energy project.
The High School Renewable Energy Challenge is aimed at instilling a passion for solving renewable energy, energy efficiency and climate change challenges in students through research and innovation, develop research skills of senior high school students and promote technological innovation in renewable energy and energy efficiency, develop presentation skills of senior high school students and promote self -confidence and encourage hard work through public recognition and rewards.
Below are picture of some of the projects being showcased at the 5th Ghana Renewable Energy and National Energy Symposium
Below are pictures of some of the students and participants at the fair