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distributing flyers to all local residents

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children at the visiting day for schools 'Aspiravi on the road'

Recruiting new citizen co-operants from local residents

It is clear that such initiatives do pay off. We welcome thousands of visitors to our Company Open Day and hundreds of children to our visiting days for schools. Our initiatives are also often picked up by the media, with, for example, a report on regional television. As the icing on the cake, we always notice a sharp increase in the number of citizen co-operants in a new project's vicinity.

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At our Open Comany Day, we welcome thousands of visitors at the foot of the new wind turbine(s). We inform them about the construction, the operation, and about wind energy in general. There is always a great deal of interest in the co-operative society's and the ways in which local residents are able to participate.


COMPANY OPEN DAY FOR LOCAL RESIDENTS

Comprehensive and timely information about all aspects of a new project contributes to greater social support for local wind energy projects. At Aspiravi, we are convinced of this. And that approach is bearing fruit!


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How is wind converted into green energy?
How is this green energy distributed?
Generating your own green energy by cycling

Which components make up a wind turbine?What are the advantages of wind energy?
A virtual climb in and up to the top of the wind turbine

How is wind speed measured?
What wind speeds are needed to produce
wind energy?
A large propeller simulates 2, 4 and 6 Beaufort

Why is the energy transition so important?
How is a wind turbine constructed?
A look inside the tower of a real wind turbine

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The children learn about the different aspects of wind energy through a combination of learning and experience.

SCHOOL VISIT DAY FOR 12-YEAR-OLDS

During our 'Aspiravi on the road' visiting days for schools, local primary school pupils learn all about wind energy inside four containers that have been converted into classrooms and inside an actual working wind turbine! In March 2020, we were visited by more than 500 pupils from Gistel.

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During the construction of a new wind energy project, we can organise site visits for the provincial and municipal authorities involved, along with the local press. This gives them all an opportunity to see the construction of the wind turbine(s) up close and to publicly express their support for the project. This increases local authorities' involvement in the wind energy project's completion.


SITE VISIT FOR LOCAL AUTHORITIES AND THE PRESS

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It is clear that such initiatives do pay off. We welcome thousands of visitors to our Company Open Day and hundreds of children to our visiting days for schools. Our initiatives are also often picked up by the media, with, for example, a report on regional television. As the icing on the cake, we always notice a sharp increase in the number of citizen co-operants in a new project's vicinity.

distributing flyers to all local residents

visitors to Company Open Day

children at the visiting day for schools 'Aspiravi on the road'

Recruiting new citizen co-operants from local residents

3 jongen

SCHOOL VISIT DAY FOR 12-YEAR-OLDS

During our 'Aspiravi on the road' visiting days for schools, local primary school pupils learn all about wind energy inside four containers that have been converted into classrooms and inside an actual working wind turbine! In March 2020, we were visited by more than 500 pupils from Gistel.

3 blauwe hoek
3. jongen vrijstaand

COMPANY OPEN DAY FOR LOCAL RESIDENTS

werkbezoek

SITE VISIT FOR LOCAL AUTHORITIES AND THE PRESS

During the construction of a new wind energy project, we can organise site visits for the provincial and municipal authorities involved, along with the local press. This gives them all an opportunity to see the construction of the wind turbine(s) up close and to publicly express their support for the project. This increases local authorities' involvement in the wind energy project's completion.


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At our Open Comany Day, we welcome thousands of visitors at the foot of the new wind turbine(s). We inform them about the construction, the operation, and about wind energy in general. There is always a great deal of interest in the co-operative society's and the ways in which local residents are able to participate.


Comprehensive and timely information about all aspects of a new project contributes to greater social support for local wind energy projects. At Aspiravi, we are convinced of this. And that approach is bearing fruit!


New image (Copy) (Copy) (Copy)

The children learn about the different aspects of wind energy through a combination of learning and experience.

How is wind converted into green energy?
How is this green energy distributed?
Generating your own green energy by cycling

Which components make up a wind turbine?What are the advantages of wind energy?
A virtual climb in and up to the top of the wind turbine

How is wind speed measured?
What wind speeds are needed to produce wind energy?
A large propeller simulates 2, 4 and 6 Beaufort

Why is the energy transition so important?
How is a wind turbine constructed?
A look inside the tower of a real wind turbine

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