Students of the 5th grade from the Experimental Primary School of Florina studied the coal energy production that used to be a centerpiece of Greek electricity production, especially in the region of Western Macedonia that has rich deposits of Lignite. For many years, coal mines and power plants produced electricity in the region. In recent years, there has been a shift in renewable energy solutions like wind and solar farms, and many of the old coal power plants have closed or are in the process of shutting down.

Our students created models of a coal mine, a thermal power plant, and the machinery used in the process of excavating lignite and transferring it to the power plant.

They presented their work during the local activities for the World Environment Day in Florina.

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Students from Florina present their work on World Environment Day – What a Wonderful World! · 24 August 2023 at 02:11

[…] Students from the Experimental Primary School of Florina participated in the activities for World Environment Day, and presented the work they have done for our project “What a Wonderful World”, especially from the two projects Energy from Wind, and Modeling coal energy production. […]

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