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School photo competition „Renewable energies“

 

All of you have got in touch production of energy from renewable sources. Solar, wind energy, biogas, biomass, hydropower, geothermal energy are the most important ones ... More »

 

All of you have got in touch production of energy from renewable sources. Solar, wind energy, biogas, biomass, hydropower, geothermal energy are the most important ones. These days, many people even dream of using only renewables for our energy production these days as it would make big difference for our environment: less pollution of the air and of the sea, no need to extract resources from the ground, no risk of oil catastrophes etc.

 

But how to reach out with this message to many more?  We need YOUR help with this! Pick up the camera – take some inspiring pictures related to renewable energy. It can be:

  • an interesting perspective on one or several renewable energy sources
  • a new view on energy production from renewable sources
  • a metaphor for what energy production from renewables stands for ...

How it works:

1. You are a pupil
(15 - 19 years old)

2. Your photos
show renewable energies

3. Please register
here at the platform

4. Upload photos
(max. 3 pics à 7 MB)

5. Marketing
promote your pics

6. Voting
get voted


And this are the winners ...

After 9 exciting contest weeks, the winners have been nominated as follows:

Winner photos RES Photography photo contest 3013

The RES team will get in touch with all 10 winners within the next few days to arrange the sending of the prizes with them. Thank you all for your participation and all the wonderful photos you submitted - we enjoyed the cooperation with you very much!"

Please find here the "RES Chains" Photo contest gallery ...


Prizes

 

The 10 winners of the vote get one

POWERTRAVELLER

Powermonkey Extreme

External battery backup (lithium-polymer accumulator with 9000 mAh capacity) with an additional solar panel for storing mobile devices (such as mobile phones, PSP, E-Reader, MP3 player and digital cameras) when the accumulator is discharged again, such as during outdoor activities, during a bus or train trip or in any other place with the socket out of reach.

This school photo competition is part of the EU project RES CHAINS (more details: www.res-chains.eu) and part-financed by South Baltic Programme and the European Union.

Local Contact:

Max Meier, ABC Company Littletown (max (at) meier.com)