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About This Project

In March of 2015, our team in Seville was pleased to receive a group of 16 Czech trainees ready for their internships on solar energy at a local vocational school. During their two-week internship the students managed to greatly improve both their professional skills and knowledge while building a solar house. They ware able to carry out all sorts of tasks related to solar energy, such as:


  • Recognizing the qualities and quantities of the solar energy, as much as the movement of the Sun
  • Work in AutoCAD – designing solar photovoltaic projects using AutoCAD
  • Recognizing the types photovoltaics cells: polycrystalline, monocrystalline and amorphous
  • Obtaining the characteristic parameters of the panel. Including measuring voltage and current, using a multi meter, according to the inclination grade
  • Assembling electrical panel and AC power circuits of the house, solar circuit of the house
  • Visiting solar facility of 64 kWp, connected to the network
  • Assembling plumbing installation for the shower and water taps, with the solar pump


After hours, the students had plenty of time left to take part in extracurricular activities and trips: they visited a solar plant, went on a cultural bike tour, and took part in an amazing trip to the beautiful seaside of Cadiz.


We received very positive feedback from and about this group and are sure their newly acquired skills will come in handy for them in the future.


Anastasia Surikova:

‘My name is Anastasia and I’m 18 years old. I’m studying Information Technologies in seconadary school. Lately we began to study energetics, and it sparked me interested in renewable energy sources . I think it is a good thing if we were to invest more in this kind of energy in the future so as to limit environmental damage. That‘s why I decided to participate in this project.I really enjoyed the stay and work. We discovered Seville from different angles: as a beautiful city with its history and also as a city that uses its location to produce clean energy. I‘m very grateful to organizers of the project because it was very useful and interesting.’

Kubat Jonas:

‘My name is Jonas and I’m 19 years old. Since i went to this school until last year I decided to take part in this project to extend my practical skills. I really liked the technical course and I’m proud of all new experience I gained during my stay here. The Spanish course was nice as well but I’m not that kind of man who would be able to learn so much of new language in a few days. But I really enjoyed my time in Spain. I used every useful part of my free time to look around the city and try out traditional Spanish food. .’



Project Details

Project Title: Renewable sources – 21st century issue
Project Number: 2015-1-CZ01-KA102-012930
Number of participants: 16
City & country: Prague (Czech Republic)

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