Solar Power in Developing Countries (01:04)
25% of the global population lives without electricity, but in regions with strong sunlight. This film will investigate how we can make use of desert exposure.
Solar Power in Ethiopia (03:52)
A technician travels to a remote village to train locals in maintaining photovoltaic panels. Learn how the technology has improved health care facilities.
Solar Power in India (01:29)
Rural school children receive reading lamps through a German climate protection initiative. Project success will be monitored in terms of educational development.
Solar Thermal Technology (02:44)
Students from developing countries participate in a solar power course in Berlin. Just 1% of desert surface area could power the entire world; visit a Moroccan station using parabolic mirror troughs.
Solar Power Towers (01:58)
An experimental facility in Spain tests a new technology using mirrors to reflect light and convert water to steam—but unlike photovoltaic panels, they require direct sunlight.
Rhema Solar Village (05:14)
Learn how residents of a rural Ethiopian town are empowered by solar powered electricity. The Solar Energy Foundation trains technicians and has built infrastructure to pump and purify drinking water.
Solar Power Costs (01:30)
International course participants visit a German village running entirely on renewable energy and discuss the pros and cons of bringing photovoltaic technology to their countries.
Pumped Hydroelectricity Principle (03:18)
The Moroccan government plans to meet 40% of energy demand from renewable sources. An engineer visits potential solar thermal sites and explains how salt water could be used to store energy for Europe.
Solar Kiosk Project (04:00)
A German-Indian collaboration provides villages with solar electricity, empowering residents to pursue development while addressing climate change. The decentralized model can work all over the world.
Credits: The Inexhaustible Source - Solar Energy (00:18)
Credits: The Inexhaustible Source - Solar Energy
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