Solar Energy This floating school will develop clean energy in Nigeria

The school that can accommodate a hundred students will not only continue to illuminate knowledge to the children but also help save the banks of Makoko with solar energy.

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play Aerial view of the floating school. (NLE Architects)
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For over two years the floating school in Nigeria has been recognized as a successful development aid.

It is now being subsidized to promote solar energy in homes.

It is in one of the worst slums of Nigeria that this beautiful floating school has emerged as a major initiative of development aid. The vogue building is located in Makoko, a shantytown of 100,000 inhabitants located along the Lagos lagoon some refer derisively to Venice Lagos. Supported by the United Nations and various foundations, this school was created by the NLE architecture firm led by Kunle Adeyemi, an architect very committed to the development of his country.

play The school that can accommodate a hundred students will not only continue to illuminate knowledge to the children but also help save the banks of Makoko with solar energy.

 

Education and environment

Basically, the project aimed primarily to bring in the best school infrastructure in Makoko and circulate messages about hygiene and the fight against multiple diseases wreaking havoc there. But the building also applies and disseminates environmental recipes with the recycling of plastic waste and the conversion of biogas from organic waste.

And recently, the school that can accommodate a hundred students will not only continue to illuminate knowledge to the children but also help save the banks of Makoko.

play Aerial view of the floating school. (NLE Architects)

 

The Nigerian Ministry of Tourism decided to subsidize the floating school to equip the building and the surrounding area with solar energy.

It must be said that the sun appears more and more as a solution to chronic energy supply problems facing the country (though one producer of oil on the continent).

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