GREEN ENERGY TECHNOLOGY ACADEMY (GETA) AT LAGUNA CREEK HIGH SCHOOL

LOCAL AND INTERNATIONAL ENGAGEMENT

Submitted by Dante Rodriguez

GETA 2 With support from the Sacramento Kings, a group of GETA seniors were able to reconstruct a golf cart and transform it into a more environment friendly vehicle.[/caption]

A team from the junior GETA class was able to construct a solar motorized bike. By using solar panels to charge the batteries kept in a compartment right under them, the system is able to power the bikes motor making it able to travel freely for miles of clean, reusable energy.

GETA students have also been able to contribute to people in other parts of the world with their Solar skills.  The 12 black boxes in the picture below are solar suitcases constructed by the students to help those around the world who don’t have the ease of access of electricity that we do. As of today GETA has shipped at total of 97 suitcases to 23 countries, including Mexico, Africa, Asia, Indonesia, and even places here in the United States.

The solar suitcases can be useful in a variety of ways. In Liberia they are used to power a colloidal silver probe as a treatment for medical clinic patients.

 

 

 

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