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Opportunity for Irish and German schools to acquire solar education learning materials for free!

Updated: May 3

Following the success of the first Community Improvement Fund, Servicenow has launched the second one.


The ServiceNow Community Improvement Fund aims to accelerate global decarbonization efforts by supporting effective projects in Ireland and in Germany. Interested parties can apply for funding to start new projects, expand existing projects, or implement one of the high-impact, established programs. The ideas on offer are Precious Plastic, Ecosystem Restoration Communities, and us, Solar Education .


Last autumn, six secondary schools from Germany and organisations such as Teachers for Future successfully applied and purchased our learning materials free of charge. The feedback from teachers and students so far has been fantastic. We were particularly impressed by the use of the PV teaching equipment system as a power generator for an e-piano . We are very pleased to receive further reports on the use of our PV experiment set, the PV teaching equipment system and the lessons.



Our educational package for the ServiceNow Fund is designed for high schools and secondary schools and includes a Science Kit for physics lessons, a PV teaching system for self-assembly as well as learning content for lessons and EUR 1,900 for support for sustainable projects. For example, if the school does not yet have a PV system, a detailed feasibility study would be possible, or you could purchase our Explorer Kit for a partner or neighboring primary school. The whole package is valued around 11,000 EUR.


The solar education materials for students and teachers link the topics of energy transition and photovoltaics ("PV") on an emotional level. Through interactive learning methods with forward-looking and emotional concepts in various subjects - from physics to math and geography to ethics - we motivate young people to actively contribute to our society through positive participation.


Who can apply?


Applications are invited from registered non-profit organisations and schools from Ireland and from Germany who wish to either start a new project from a selection of available projects or expand an existing project, with the ultimate goal of improving the quality of life of their communities and achieving positive environmental impact. The full guidelines and conditions can be found at the links below or by contacting us directly.


Apply below now and let's shape the future together! Deadline is May 31, 2024.



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