Doug Hollinger, a science teacher at Pavilion Central School has a fascination with renewable energy that has inspired him to share his special talents with those less fortunate in South Asia.
Hollinger takes four students with him each year to build independent solar panels and educate others on the importance of renewable energy. Currently this is all volunteer work and Hollinger is hoping it will be a non-for-profit organization.
Hollinger is not just talking about it, he is going out and applying it.
"This is an eye-opening experience," said Hollinger, "It is a great way to apply alternative energy in a completely different side of the world."
To get more information on this project check out his Web site.