2019 School visit to Sonnedix Suwa, Japan.

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We aim to reach 100,000 learners from 2020 to 2023, helping children and young adults learn about issues such as climate change, sustainability and renewable/solar energy, and improving their access to education opportunities, including through partnering with schools.

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Sonnedix Suwa PV plant, Japan 2019

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We enjoy welcoming students to visit our solar plants around the world, to show firsthand how a solar power plant works and the benefits of solar power. With green energy sources forming a more consistent part of the curriculum, we are happy to arrange site visits to encourage and support learning.


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