Solar Energy Foundation (Stiftung Solarenergie) establishes an international solar school in Ethiopia
By setting up the International Solar Energy School in Rema/Ethiopia, it will now be possible to competently train solar engineers within that country. The patrons and initial financers of the school are the German solar cell manufacturer Q-Cells AG, based in Bitterfeld-Wolfen, and SolarPeace.ch, based in Kilchberg, Switzerland. The Solar Energy Foundation/Stiftung Solarenergie (Merzhausen/Addis Ababa) is the supporting organisation. The school's task is to equip would-be specialised personnel with the skills to open their own small solar business in rural areas. Therefore, apart from the technical training, they will also receive instruction on how to manage a business. German instructors will take charge of the technical side of the training, with Ethiopian instructors responsible for the managerial and economic aspects.
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