As part of the "Solar Sunflowers" project, ten primary schools in Croatia have been equipped with a solar panel. The detached solar panels rotate towards the Sun during the day so that the modules are directed at the Sun at the optimal angle, which increases the efficiency of the system for 30 per cent, which means larger quantities of obtained electric energy.
In a single afternoon, Miroslav Horvat and his family received the advice and equipment they needed to save them hundreds of euros each year. Energy advisorsmore
“The milk that we produce, we cannot sell,” says Mileva Desnica, who lives in the small village of Ajderovac in Croatia. “We don’t have electricity formore
The best-known architectural monument in central Vukovar, Workers' Hall, which was demolished in 1991 during the three-month siege of the city, regained its former splendor undermore
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The best-known architectural monument in central Vukovar, Radnički dom (Worker's Hall), which was demolished during the 1990s war, is to regain its former splendor under a €1.64 million project funded by the European Union (EU) and the Vukovar Reconstruction and Development Fund. more
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Flickr: Solar Sunflowers in Croatian schools
Solar Sunflowers in Croatian schools
The Place for Everyone - June 2014
Focus on UNDP Croatia's activities in the Issue 7 of the Newsletter of a Regional Initiative on Area-Based Development for Inclusion (UNDP Regional Centre, Bratislava)