In May 2020, Green ID with a group of master trainers in the Central Region communicated and supported people in Dong Giang District, Quang Nam Province.
By field surveys in Dong Giang and Tay Giang District, Quang Nam Province, a group of master trainers realized that the community in these areas still knew a little about LEDs and almost households still used compact lights. The use of lights with high capacity as a habit now has led to an increase in the cost of electricity for the family.
For a LED with lower capacity; it is still brighter, more economical, and longer-lived than a compact light as well as safe for eyes. During the sharing process of models related to the safe and economical use of electricity, including LED models, 100% of participants want to convert and use LEDs.
On May 23rd and 24th, Green ID with a group of master trainers in the Central held a communication session on economical and efficient use of energy and supported people in Xa Gin 1 and Xa Gin 2 Villages, Za Hung Commune, Dong Giang District to replace all the fluorescent lamps with LEDs.
The communication session attracted many people to Xa Gin 1 and Xa Gin 2 Village
People are guided to install LEDs
There were 60 households that are supported to install new LEDs for free.
Followed by activities in Za Hung Commune, on May 30th and 31st 2020, LEDs are continued to be replaced by GreenID and a group of main lecturers in the Central Region in Aréh and Ddhrooong Villages, Talu Commune, Dong Giang District, Quang Nam Province.
The communication session on sustainable energy attracted 30 people to participate in Talu Commune
60 LEDs were replaced in 60 households in Aréh and Ddhrooong Villages.
People in Dong Giang District were very happy and excited when they have replaced LEDs that are brighter, cheaper, longer-lived, and more economical.
The communication and replacing of lights will be done in 4 periods from May 23rd, 2020. According to the plant, it ended on June 13th, 2020 in 4 communes of Dong Giang and Tay Giang District, Quang Nam Province.
This activity is part of the project "Civil society meets RE&EE: training, seminar and communication skills to boost RE&EE as a key tool for sustainable development and green growth strategy in Vietnam (E-Enhance)", funded by the EU.