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Solar Energy Open Day in South African Village 

Solar Energy Open Day in South African Village 

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The villagers of Jericho outside Brits in the North West province are looking forward to being part of the 2010 World Cup. Thanks to Greenpeace this little village will be sitting in front of giant high quality TV screens with theatre sound systems, all powered by solar energy and run by young members of the community who have been specially trained just for this. At Madiba a Toloane, the local high school, Greenpeace has trained 15 teenagers to install the solar panels that will be powering the community hall during the games. As part of the project, the trainees organised an Open Day to share their experiences with community members at the event. They exhibited solar cookers, solar-powered music and other innovative products.
The Jericho project, a solar public viewing area, is an unprecedented event for Greenpeace Africa, marrying entertainment with education - and proving how solar power has to be the solution for South Africa’s energy crisis. 
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