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CSU East Bay students engage in hands-on learning by building off-grid solar power and lighting systems designed to alleviate energy poverty—a lack of access to modern energy services. These programs introduce students to careers in STEM, engage students to work alongside K-12 in peer-led service-learning projects and address energy needs across the globe.
Dr. Erik Helgren, California State University East Bay Associate Professor and Chair Department of Physics & Co-Director, Social Impact Solar Program
Judy Botelho, Director, Center for Community Engagement, California State University Office of the Chancellor
CSU Chancellor’s Office Center for Community Engagement website |
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We Share Solar
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