All-Russia Educational Center “Smena” Welcomes Schoolchildren from EAEU Countries

October 19, Anapa

The second “Young Power Engineer School” has started in the All Russia Educational Center “Smena”. It will unite schoolchildren from Armenia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and Russia in learning about energy efficient technologies and in wisely using electric energy, water, and heat. They will develop their own proposals on promoting environment and energy saving among their peers.

The “Young Power Engineer School” is aimed at professional orientation of teenagers in the field of energy education and power engineering professions.

The project organizers are the Ministry of Energy of the Russian Federation, the Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation, United Nations Development Programme, Moscow Power Engineering Institute.

The School is financed by the regional UNDP-RTF project “Regulatory Framework to Promote Energy Efficiency in EAEU Countries”.

The main School operator is “Nadyozhnaya Smena” Foundation.

The children look forward to attending laboratory and practical classes, interactive lectures, games, trainings, and master-classes. They will also meet energy experts from Russia and Japan.

Schoolchildren from EAEU countries will take part in the event for the first time. School organizers set the goal to strengthen friendship among young people who are interested in acquiring new knowledge and who are ready to share ideas about energy efficiency and energy saving in their countries.