Photovoltaic (pv) can also do charity?Look at Africa new photovoltaic classroom
Date tme：2015-12-07 Source：Grasol
Lack of schools in remote parts of Africa, not to mention those equipped with digital teaching facilities of the school.Therefore, adopting digital remote education is very necessary.Nonprofit organizations now Close the Gap will provide remote parts of Africa, called DigiTruck solar-powered mobile digital classroom.In simple terms, the DigiTruck is actually a 40 feet (12.2 meters) ship in container, and among them, including 20 fully configure laptop computer, an LED screen, a printer and two routers, Max for 18 students to study at the same time.DigiTruck at the top of the solar panels to power supply for these devices.
Close the Gap, said more than 75% of Africa's population lives in rural community, the infrastructure has huge obstacles, we are now with the aid of modern information and communication technology, combined with solar power solutions, such as DigiTruck, can help bridge the digital divide, and remote communities in Africa has brought high quality training and education.
Besides, DigiTruck has the thermal insulation, window of model steel door bolted blinds and LED lighting.Its solar panels can drive DigiTruck operation after completion of charging for several days.This means that it can be used without a power supply of the rural.If necessary, it can be reconfigured to use, as a mobile health care center, community training center or double as Internet cafes.