Renewable Energy Diplomas in Hungary
- The 60 m2 solar collector is placed on the roof of one of the two buidings
of the Academy.
- With the first diplomas under the solar roofs of the Academy.
- Heat storage of the two buildings of the Academy
- The media at the first diploma award ceremony.
It was wonderful!
The first accredited renewable energy diplomas were given to 20 students
from all over Hungary in June, 2002, on the Day of the Sun at the László
Németh Central-European Folk Academy.
Journalists, TV, and radio were all interested in this first diploma award ceremony.
30 new students started their studies in January, 2002 and another group will
start in January, 2003.
In 2003, the Academy also plans to receive students from all over Central-Southeastern
Europe for a similar program to be realised in English.
The Academy is equipped with 60 m2 solar collector and related facilities
as a donation of the Danish Government in cooperation with the Folkecenter
Energy. The solar collectors provide heat and hot water to the learning center
and to the students accommodation building from Spring to Autumn.
The Academy was officially opened in 2001 after more than 10 years efforts.
and is an INFORSE member organisation.
|Name and type of project
Solar Collectors on the Roof of the Folk Academy
|Contact persons for
Central European Folk Academy, Bástya
u. 75, Sopron , 9400 Hungary.
Ph: + 36 99 333-350, Fax: + 36 99 333-350