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This project is a collaborative pilot project involving students, parents, teachers and local communities. It aims to investigate innovative and environmentally sustainable energy generation for use in electric vehicles and evaluate the success of these methods in a school based setting, which can be used to inform any future full-scale implementation at Tohonohono Marae situated in the school grounds.
 
This project is a collaborative pilot project involving students, parents, teachers and local communities. It aims to investigate innovative and environmentally sustainable energy generation for use in electric vehicles and evaluate the success of these methods in a school based setting, which can be used to inform any future full-scale implementation at Tohonohono Marae situated in the school grounds.

Latest revision as of 14:33, 10 December 2020

Sustainable energy generation for use in electric vehicles
Project Sustainable energy generation for use in electric
Group New Plymouth Girls’ High Schoo
Topic Sustainability
Resources online
School sessions
Level High School
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Web address https://www.npghs.school.nz/
Location New Plymouth, Taranaki

This project is a collaborative pilot project involving students, parents, teachers and local communities. It aims to investigate innovative and environmentally sustainable energy generation for use in electric vehicles and evaluate the success of these methods in a school based setting, which can be used to inform any future full-scale implementation at Tohonohono Marae situated in the school grounds.

Partners

New Plymouth Girls’ High School – Science Department, Open Polytechnic (Michael Fenton), Plug n Play/Jaycar (Jacques Schoeman and others), Tohonohono Marae, Rivet (Alan Winch), E2 Bikes (Ken Agar).