Solar monitoring training at Titinge Primary School

Training for the teachers in daily monitoring of a staff house system

Training for the teachers in daily monitoring of a staff house system

With the solar installation complete, training in monitoring the solar power was conducted today, 28th October, at Titinge Primary School by the contractors. The on-going project will monitor the performance of the solar power and the educational impacts. The monitoring process will be coordinated through the Ministry of Education and supported by a company contracted to provide backup services.

Grade six teacher in her classroom newly fitted with lights and fans

Grade six teacher in her classroom newly fitted with lights and fans

The management committee, teachers and community champions were trained to use a simple reporting format to record daily solar observations, periodic inspections and what to do if any faults were detected. Additionally, staff will record educational uses of the solar power.

Head Teacher and Deputy in their staff room with the newly installed solar power

Head Teacher and Deputy in their staff room with the newly installed solar power

One of the solar panel arrays installed on the roof

One of the solar panel arrays installed on the roof

 

 

 

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