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RENOGY Joins the
Jack Ma Foundation in Optimizing a Rural School's Energy Management with
Solar Power. Students from
Zitong Elementary School in Chun’an County, Hangzhou City—one of five pilot
schools part of the Rural Boarding School Project founded by Jack Ma-- will benefit from this program.
Renogy, a member of the Jack Ma Foundation, recently donated a 10kW solar power system to Zitong Elementary School and created a solar education center for the students. With the help of the 10kW solar power system, Zitong Elementary School will be able to generate energy through solar and manage it with the Renogy Cloud platform. By using the new power system, it will significantly reduce the school's electricity costs and contribute to China's sustainable development. Zitong Elementary School, above
The Solar Education Center built by Renogy will encourage students to acquire basic solar knowledge through activities and games. Renogy believes that the information learned and interest generated from the center will contribute to the growth of careers in the renewable energy sector.
A Student Learning about Solar Energy
This project was founded by and created in conjunction with the Jack Ma Foundation and the local education department. Although not complete, significant progress has been made, including the recent redevelopment of sections of the dormitory, canteen, and washrooms.
The New Dormitory
The Jack Ma Foundation is a charitable
organization founded in 2014 by Jack Ma, Executive Chairman of Alibaba Group.
The Foundation aims to promote human development in harmony with society and
the environment. Its mission is to work towards a world with bluer skies,
cleaner water, healthier communities, and more open thinking.
Jack Ma Yun is a Chinese business magnate, investor, and philanthropist. He is the co-founder and executive chairman of the Alibaba Group, a multinational technology conglomerate. As of August 2018, he is one of the wealthiest men in China and around the world with a net worth of US $38.6 billion.
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