A biogasplant was constructed at primary school Les Cajoutiers to provide in 25 % of the needed energy to prepare hot mails every day for 500 pupils.
To cover the regular power failures a windmill was installed at primary school Futur du Sénégal in fishing village Nianing.
At primary school Rainbow4kids a solar collector was constructed to heat up water and reduce the energy cost and the kitchen and cooking process were optimized.
A solar system and battery bank was installed in the rural community Sichem in Togo to overcome power failures and to charge a mobile power bank that provides surrounding villages with additional energy to charge mobile phones or lamps in cooperation with organisation Togo Debout.
To provide the juice company Mali Juisi with a stable power supply a diesel generator was installed as a backup system and to reduce energy costs a solar thermal system was constructed to heat up water that is used during the production process.
On the 11th of February engineering students Kristof Jorissen and Jeroen Hermans travelled to the village Sichem in Togo where Kaz and Daan previously installed a solar system and constructed power banks. Kristof and Jeroen are developing a shredder to cut the plant Artemisia. This plant is used as protection against Malaria by the local population.