Future4.0@school.eu

In this project the pupils of the involved schools will investigate what their future might look like. They will look at the topics: * Work * Society * Europe * Environment(al issues) * The person of the future using surveys, videoconferences, e-mail they will develop digital materials that will reflect their view on the future and recommendations...

Project Journal


  • This is a mini hydro power plant (FÁBRICA DA LUZ) in Lugo, which Spanish students visited in order to prepare their presentations.


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    - Posted by Joanna Krezelewska, 30.05.2018


  • Belgian students visited VITO in Mol. They research renewable energy. We got some information about electricity storage and the optimisation of thermal energy systems in Belgium.


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    - Posted by Leen Van Beeck, 21.05.2018


  • Polish Students took part in a workshop devoted to the topic of renewable energy resources. Students talked about all the resources in details, they discussed ''green'' technologies as well as the green jobs in our region.


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    - Posted by Joanna Krezelewska, 21.03.2018


  • The German Erasmus group visited a local energy supplier, "Weber Bioenergie GmbH". This Biogas power plant produces electricity and heat for a local school. The main energy source is manure, poultry waste and organic matter.


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    - Posted by Annegret Zozmann, 09.03.2018


  • Finnish Erasmus+ group visited local energy supplier, the Herrfors power plant. Power plant produces heat (district heating) and electricity in Ylivieska. The main energy source is peat, but they use wood chips as well.



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    - Posted by Ulla Kortesuo, 01.03.2018