Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Apo-Island-Solar-Installation-27MZIFL4BG_2.htmlConceptually similarApo Island Solar InstallationGP01RA8Completed★★★★Apo Island Solar InstallationGP01RAACompleted★★★★Apo Island Solar InstallationGP01RA9Completed★★★★Apo Island Solar InstallationGP01RADCompleted★★★★Solar Panel InstallationGP01NAVCompleted★★★★Apo Island Solar InstallationGP01NAWCompleted★★★★★★MY Esperanza Arrives in Apo IslandGP04O5ICompleted★★★★MY Esperanza Arrives in Apo IslandGP04O5FCompleted★★★★MY Esperanza Arrives in Apo IslandGP04O5HCompleted★★★★View AllGP01RA7Apo Island Solar InstallationTV personality Juddah Paolo with children from Apo Island's elementary school tells the Philippine government to go renewable. Greenpeace and youth solar power advocacy group SolarGeneration youth installed a solar photo-voltaic power system in Apo Island's school library. Apo Island, home to one of the world's best community-managed marine reserves, goes renewable with the installation of a solar power module in the barangay's elementary school library. The installation of the solar-powered energy system is part of Greenpeace's campaign to highlight the urgent need for solutions to climate change by moving away from fossil fuels and switching to clean energy sources like solar power. Locations:Apo Island-Dumaguete City-Negros Oriental-Philippines-Southeast AsiaDate:22 Oct, 2006Credit:© Greenpeace / Raphael RiosMaximum size:2160px X 1440pxKeywords:Actors-Banners-Climate (campaign title)-Day-Energy-Energy efficiency-KWCI (GPI)-Outdoors-Photovoltaics-SignsShoot:Apo Island Solar InstallationGreenpeace and SolarGeneration Pilipinas installed a solar photo-voltaic system for Apo Island Elementary School, Dauin, Oriental Negros. The installation of the solar-powered energy system is part of Greenpeace’s campaign to highlight the urgent need for solutions to climate change by moving away from fossil fuels and switching to clean energy sources like solar power.