The students looked at the topic "The climate and we save energy at school", read and discussed together with their older classmates the book "How to do this". The section "How is electricity made?" was especially fun and interesting for them. All students, supported by their teachers, united around the idea of the energy problem and the future of humanity. Small environmentalists classified energy sources and productions, finding their advantages and disadvantages. Of course, they appreciated the benefits of renewable energy sources and modern technology.
Of course, the most interesting, useful and fun is yet to come!
Several works were developed in order to alert to the energy and a good efficiency of it. The students used the Plotogon tool to create the animated films.Online lecture "Save energy and give more to the Planet" World Energy Day is celebrated on May 29. During this month, DECOJovem holds informative sessions - Consumer.TALKS - in schools about the importance of energy saving. Within the scope of the Eco-School, Physical-Chemistry and Erasmus + Do best with waste programme, 9th grade students from the António Correia de Oliveira School Group attended the online lecture "Save energy and give more to the Planet", promoted by DECOJovem, with the objective of informing and sensitizing young people to a more sustainable energy consumption and how our daily habits can change and positively affect our planet earth.
in order to ensure the energy consumption of a near-zero energy building, renewable resources (renewables) will cover at least 30%, reaching up to 51% of the total calculated primary energy of buildings related to energy performance, mainly in the form of photovoltaic (PV) panels but also solar thermal panels.
Primary energy consumption will be lower by 115kWh/sqm/year and CO2 emissions below 30kgCO2/sqm/year.