It was terrific to be a part of the rapid rebuild of Wytaliba PS to ensure the kids were able to return to school for the start of the 2020. Great effort by everyone involved!
We thoroughly enjoyed our time at EduTECH 2019 speaking with Educators about sustainable classroom and energy solutions for their schools.
We welcomed the opportunity to share examples of how our Hivve iQ clean technology is enabling schools to not only reduce their power bills but to successfully transition to renewable energy for a more sustainable future.
Queensland turned on the sun for the official launch of Australia’s first off-grid, solar and battery powered classroom – The Hivve at Bracken Ridge State High School in Brisbane. Read more.
Hivve Sustainable Schools was delighted to attend the inaugural School Infrastructure NSW Sustainability Forum on Monday 29 October. Read more
It’s exciting to see the Hivve being incorporated into the STEM curriculum at St Christophers Primary School!
STEM education consultant Dr Simon Crook, Principal Tony Boyd and Year 2 teacher Dominique Goode explain how the Hivve has become a practical and real-life learning tool to supplement their Science, Technology and Sustainability curriculums.
We were delighted to be a part of Australia’s largest Education and Technology Conference – EduTECH 2018. It was great to chat to industry innovators from across the Education sector and to receive such positive feedback about the latest developments at Hivve.
Nice to see our Hivve at St Christopher’s Primary School setting the standard for sustainable modular classrooms.
Great to see Dapto High School’s major transition to solar following the success of its Hivve classroom.