<ul><li>C.U.O.R.E. </li></ul><ul><li>ENERGY </li></ul><ul><li>Comparative data analysis </li></ul>Good practice at school ...
Survey sample Country/School No. of persons surveyed in school No. of households surveyed  <ul><li>Germany </li></ul><ul><...
 
SCHOOL FEATURES Germany Wlihlelm. Lohe Schule Nuremberg Italy S.M.S. Pacifici de Magistris Sezze Lithuania   Sausio 13 Sec...
Lifts (number) 1 1 - - _ - - 1 Central heating √ √ √ √ - √ √ √ Air conditioners - - - - 13 - 4 - Computers (number) 87 60 ...
C. U. O. R. E. ENERGY- GOOD PRACTICE SCHOOL GOOD PRACTICE Germany Wilhelm. Lohe Schule Nuremberg Italy S.M.S. Pacifici de ...
GOOD PRACTICE Germany Wilhelm. Lohe Schule Nuremberg Italy S.M.S. Pacifici de Magistris Sezze Lithuania   Sausio 13 Second...
GOOD PRACTICE Germany Wilhelm. Lohe Schule Nuremberg Italy S.M.S. Pacifici de Magistris Sezze Lithuania  Sausio 13 Seconda...
BAD PRACTICE Germany Wilhelm. Lohe Schule Nuremberg Italy S.M.S. Pacifici de Magistris Sezze Lithuania   Sausio 13 Seconda...
BAD PRACTICE Germany Wilhelm. Lohe Schule Nuremberg Italy S.M.S. Pacifici de Magistris Sezze Lithuania Sausio 13 Secondary...
C. U. O. R. E. ENERGY - GOOD PRACTICE FAMILIES / COMMUNITY GOOD PRACTICE Germany Wilhelm. Lohe Schule Nuremberg Italy S.M....
C. U. O. R. E. ENERGY - BAD PRACTICE FAMILIES / COMMUNITY BAD PRACTICE Germany Wilhelm. Lohe Schule Nuremberg Italy S.M.S....
GOOD vs BAD PRACTICE  IN FAMILIES AND COMMUNITIES
<ul><li>One of the good practices which is used b y  most of the countries, is  that of  using  economic bulbs. </li></ul>...
 
<ul><li>► A good practice is the use of thermostats or temperature regulators in most of the communities ; </li></ul><ul><...
<ul><li>People  have begun  to understand the importance of energy saving, that’s why they use electric al  and electronic...
GOOD PRACTICE AT SCHOOL <ul><li>Some good practices are commonly used: </li></ul><ul><li>► for example the lights are on i...
 
<ul><li>Another good practice used by the most of the partner schools, is the habit of turning off the electronic applianc...
BAD PRACTICE AT SCHOOL <ul><li>► Most of the schools involved, don’t have signs near electrical devices to make users awar...
<ul><li>The missing of the renewable energy devices in most of the schools, seems to be a common problem, as well as the m...
<ul><li>It's hard to imagine life without electricity. In our homes, we rely on it to power our lights, appliances, and el...
<ul><li>Opportunities are there, but lack of information makes energy efficiency implementation difficult. </li></ul><ul><...
<ul><li>Saving energy also helps to protect the enviroment! </li></ul>When we save energy,  we save money too!
<ul><li>To make sure we have plenty of energy in the future, it's up to all of us to use energy wisely.  </li></ul><ul><li...
E m b race   N atural E nviroment R educ ing G as and electricity by Y ourselves
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  1. 1. <ul><li>C.U.O.R.E. </li></ul><ul><li>ENERGY </li></ul><ul><li>Comparative data analysis </li></ul>Good practice at school Bad p ractice at school Good practice in family Bad practice in family Conclusions
  2. 2. Survey sample Country/School No. of persons surveyed in school No. of households surveyed <ul><li>Germany </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Wilhelm Löhe Schule - Nuremberg </li></ul></ul>100 100 <ul><li>Italy </li></ul><ul><ul><li>S.M.S. Pacifici de Magistris - Sezze </li></ul></ul> 150 130 <ul><li>Lithuania </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Sausio 13 Secondary School - Vilnius </li></ul></ul>60 60 <ul><li>Poland </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Salesian Sisters Primary School – Ostrów W. </li></ul></ul>84 students 20 teachers 84 <ul><li>Portugal </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Esc. Sec. Manuel Teixeira Gomes - Portimão </li></ul></ul>data collected by observation grids and meetings with heads of different school departments 87 <ul><li>Romania </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Elena Cuza School - Iasi </li></ul></ul>208 students 34 teachers 191 <ul><li>Romania </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Titu Maiorescu School - Iasi </li></ul></ul>220 students 48 teachers 309 <ul><li>Spain </li></ul><ul><ul><li>ES Torres Villaroel - Salamanca </li></ul></ul>113 students 5 teachers 113
  3. 4. SCHOOL FEATURES Germany Wlihlelm. Lohe Schule Nuremberg Italy S.M.S. Pacifici de Magistris Sezze Lithuania Sausio 13 Secondary School Vilnius Poland Salesian Sisters Primary School Ostrów W Portugal E.S. Manuel Teixeira Gomes Portimão Romania Elena Cuza School Iasi Romania Titu Maiorescu School Iasi Spain I.E.S. Tiorres Villaroel Salamanca Number of teachers 140 70 72 49 163 35 77 78 Number of students 2000 520 693 486 About 1200 400 1181 526 Number of staff 35 12 6 20 49 14 21 13 Number of days students attend school 190 210 172 180 158 175 175 176 Number of days teachers and other staff use school facilites 190 220 250 200 198 200 200 253 Number of hours the school is open per day 12 h 10 h 9 h 15 h 16 h 15 h 15 13 School surface 20 000 m 2 8000 m 2 6114.9 m 2 3392 m 2 3225 m 2 7168 m 2 10 935 m 2 School facilities Canteen for students and teachers ’ bars √ - √ √ 3 - 2 1
  4. 5. Lifts (number) 1 1 - - _ - - 1 Central heating √ √ √ √ - √ √ √ Air conditioners - - - - 13 - 4 - Computers (number) 87 60 55 45 200 50 61 125 Printers/photocopiers (number) 4 4 10 5 24 5 15 2 Big Printer Machines/ 5 Laser Printers/ 10 Ink Printers // 4 Photocopiers Videoprojectors (number) 45 2 3 3 40 4 6 9 Water heaters - 120 5 2 6 (with gas) - - 1 Annual energy consumption in school 520718 Kw 98528 Kw/year about 69100 Kw about 216000Kw 20 850 Kw/ year 57,12 Kw/day 27 500 Kw/year 18.744 kw Annual gas consumption in school 1324000 - About 1548 m 3 about 3600Kg (3 kg of CO2 per Kg) - 2700m 3 73.156 m 3 Renewable energy devices Solar panels - - - - - 22 Photo solar panels
  5. 6. C. U. O. R. E. ENERGY- GOOD PRACTICE SCHOOL GOOD PRACTICE Germany Wilhelm. Lohe Schule Nuremberg Italy S.M.S. Pacifici de Magistris Sezze Lithuania Sausio 13 Secondary School Vilnius Poland Salesian Sisters Primary School Ostrów W Portugal E.S. Manuel Teixeira Gomes Portimão Romania Elena Cuza School Iasi Romania Titu Maiorescu School Iasi Spain I.E.S. Tiorres Villaroel Salamanca Lights are on in classrooms only when strictly necessary. √ √ √ √ √ √ (65%) √ √ (60%) Doors and windows aren’t left open when any cooling/heating equipment is on. - - √ √ √ - √ -
  6. 7. GOOD PRACTICE Germany Wilhelm. Lohe Schule Nuremberg Italy S.M.S. Pacifici de Magistris Sezze Lithuania Sausio 13 Secondary School Vilnius Poland Salesian Sisters Primary School Ostrów .W Portugal E.S. Manuel Teixeira Gomes Portimão Romania Elena Cuza School Iasi Romania Titu Maiorescu School Iasi Spain I.E.S. Tiorres Villaroel Salamanca Teachers and students are open to being informed on saving energy. √ (68%) √ √ √ - √ √ NOT ASKED Most of the bulbs are fluorescent. - - √ - - √ (62%) - √ (95%) Many economic bulbs are used. √ (28%) - - √ - - - - (2%) Many solar panels are used. √ - - - - - - √ Some Temperature regulators are frequent. √ (90%) √ - √ - - - √ Some Many electronic equipment is energy- saving. √ - √ √ - √ √ NOT ASKED
  7. 8. GOOD PRACTICE Germany Wilhelm. Lohe Schule Nuremberg Italy S.M.S. Pacifici de Magistris Sezze Lithuania Sausio 13 Secondary School Vilnius Poland Salesian Sisters Primary School Ostrów W Portugal E.S. Manuel Teixeira Gomes Portimão Romania Elena Cuza School Iasi Romania Titu Maiorescu School Iasi Spain I.E.S. Tiorres Villaroel Salamanca There are signs near electric/electronic devices in school to make users aware of energy wasting. - √ - - - - - - The electronic appliances are turned off when not used. √ (70%) - √ √ - √ (79%) √ √ The central heating system is turned off during holidays. √ √ - √ - √ √ √
  8. 9. BAD PRACTICE Germany Wilhelm. Lohe Schule Nuremberg Italy S.M.S. Pacifici de Magistris Sezze Lithuania Sausio 13 Secondary School Vilnius Poland Salesian Sisters Primary School Ostr ó w W. Portugal E.S. Manuel Teixeira Gomes Portimão Romania Elena Cuza School Iasi Romania Titu Maiorescu School Iasi Spain I.E.S. Tiorres Villaroel Salamanca Most light bulbs in school are incandescent. √ (41%) - √ - - - √ - Electronic/electric equipment is usually left in stand-by mode when not in use. - √ - - √ - - NOT ASKED There are no renewable energy devices in school . - √ √ √ √ √ √ NOT ASKED C. U. O. R. E. ENERGY- GOOD PRACTICE SCHOOL
  9. 10. BAD PRACTICE Germany Wilhelm. Lohe Schule Nuremberg Italy S.M.S. Pacifici de Magistris Sezze Lithuania Sausio 13 Secondary School Vilnius Poland Salesian Sisters Primary School Ostrów W. Portugal E.S. Manuel Teixeira Gomes Portimão Romania Elena Cuza School Iasi Romania Titu Maiorescu School Iasi Spain I.E.S. Tiorres Villaroel Salamanca Gas is one of the energy sources used in school. √ (55%) - - √ √ - - √ There aren’t any thermostats or temperature regulators in school. - √ - - √ √ √ - There are no signs near electric/ electronic devices to make users aware of energy wasting . √ √ √ - √ √ √ - There are no light sensors in school. - √ √ - NOT ASKED √ √ NOT ASKED
  10. 11. C. U. O. R. E. ENERGY - GOOD PRACTICE FAMILIES / COMMUNITY GOOD PRACTICE Germany Wilhelm. Lohe Schule Nuremberg Italy S.M.S. Pacifici de Magistris Sezze Lithuania Sausio 13 Secondary School Vilnius Poland Salesian Sisters Primary School Ostrów W Portugal E.S. Manuel Teixeira Gomes Portimão Romania Elena Cuza School Iasi Romania Titu Maiorescu School Iasi Spain I.E.S. Tiorres Villaroel Salamanca Many economic bulbs are used. √ (30%) - √ √ √ (75%) √ (61%) √ (162/309) √ (67%) Renewable sources of energy are used at home. √ (12%) - - - - - - - Thermostats or temperature regulators are normally used. √ (91%) - - √ - √ (63%) √ (35/309) √ (80%) Most of the families use electric al and electronic devices which save more energy. √ (71%) √ √ √ - √ - -
  11. 12. C. U. O. R. E. ENERGY - BAD PRACTICE FAMILIES / COMMUNITY BAD PRACTICE Germany Wilhelm. Lohe Schule Nuremberg Italy S.M.S. Pacifici de Magistris Sezze Lithuania Sausio 13 Secondary School Vilnius Poland Salesian Sisters Primary School Ostrów W Portugal E.S. Manuel Teixeira Gomes Portimão Romania Elena Cuza School Iasi Romania Titu Maiorescu School Iasi Spain I.E.S. Tiorres Villaroel Salamanca There are still families who use incandescent light bulbs. √ (45%) √ √ √ √ (37%) √ (16%) √ √ (36%) Most of the families don’t switch off the electric/electronic devices after using them. - √ - - √ (68% don’t switch always) - - - (6%) Few families use as a source of energy for heating, solar panels or any other type of renewable energy sources. - √ - √ √ ( 8%) - √ - Most of the families don’t have any temperature regulators (thermostats) at home. - - - - √ ( 79%) - (37% ) √ √ (20%)
  12. 13. GOOD vs BAD PRACTICE IN FAMILIES AND COMMUNITIES
  13. 14. <ul><li>One of the good practices which is used b y most of the countries, is that of using economic bulbs. </li></ul><ul><li>At the same time, there are communities that still keep using incandescent light bulbs. </li></ul>CONCLUSIONS GOOD vs BAD PRACTICE IN FAMILIES AND COMMUNITIES
  14. 16. <ul><li>► A good practice is the use of thermostats or temperature regulators in most of the communities ; </li></ul><ul><li>► Unfortunately there are still families which don’t have any thermostats at home. </li></ul>
  15. 17. <ul><li>People have begun to understand the importance of energy saving, that’s why they use electric al and electronic devices which save more energy . </li></ul><ul><li>Even so, in some families, there is still the habit of not turning off the electric al devices after using them . </li></ul>
  16. 18. GOOD PRACTICE AT SCHOOL <ul><li>Some good practices are commonly used: </li></ul><ul><li>► for example the lights are on in classrooms only when stric t ly necessary; </li></ul><ul><li>► doors and windows aren’t left open if some cooling/heating equipment is on; </li></ul><ul><li>► temperature regulators are used by most of the countries. </li></ul><ul><li>► in schools from countries such as Germany, Lithuania, Poland, and Romania , energy saving electronic equipments are used; </li></ul><ul><li>► last but not least, the use of the economic bulbs can be observed in most of the countries. </li></ul>
  17. 20. <ul><li>Another good practice used by the most of the partner schools, is the habit of turning off the electronic appliances when not used; </li></ul><ul><li>At the same time, the central heating system is turned off during holidays. </li></ul>
  18. 21. BAD PRACTICE AT SCHOOL <ul><li>► Most of the schools involved, don’t have signs near electrical devices to make users aware of energy wasting </li></ul><ul><li>► At the same time, there are no light sensors in schools, with the exception of those in Portugal and Spain which didn’t ask about their existence. </li></ul>
  19. 22. <ul><li>The missing of the renewable energy devices in most of the schools, seems to be a common problem, as well as the missing of temperature regulators. </li></ul><ul><li>It is also obvious that gas is one of the energy sources used by schools like Germany, Poland, and Portugal. </li></ul>
  20. 23. <ul><li>It's hard to imagine life without electricity. In our homes, we rely on it to power our lights, appliances, and electronics. Many of us also use electricity to provide our homes and schools with hot water, heat, and air conditioning. As we could see here there are many ways we can use less electricity right now! </li></ul><ul><li>That’s why small things we do every day make the diff e rence! </li></ul>
  21. 24. <ul><li>Opportunities are there, but lack of information makes energy efficiency implementation difficult. </li></ul><ul><li>It’s important to make people( students, teachers and some other members of the school community )aware of the importance of its energy consumption patterns, to propose measures for energy saving in school and homes: </li></ul><ul><li>outdoor education activities in each partner’s region; </li></ul><ul><li>multimedia presentation on the subject of the sources of energy availabe in the world. </li></ul><ul><li>science session titled: “Save energy at homes, school and our neighbourhood” </li></ul><ul><li>discussion; “The environment will not save itself, how can we help? “ , etc. </li></ul>
  22. 25. <ul><li>Saving energy also helps to protect the enviroment! </li></ul>When we save energy, we save money too!
  23. 26. <ul><li>To make sure we have plenty of energy in the future, it's up to all of us to use energy wisely. </li></ul><ul><li>We must all save energy and use it efficiently. It's also up to those who will create the new energy technologies of the future. </li></ul><ul><li>The future is ours, but we need energy to get there. </li></ul><ul><li>“ Imagination is more important than knowledge, for knowledge is limited, whereas imagination embraces the entire world - stimulating progress, giving birth to evolution.” - Albert Einstein </li></ul>
  24. 27. E m b race N atural E nviroment R educ ing G as and electricity by Y ourselves
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