GoodWe EcoSmart Kids Competition Winners and Results

GoodWe EcoSmart 2023 winners

GoodWe’s primary school educational program, EcoSmart Kids, was a roaring success on its inaugural trip around Victorian schools. The program, aimed at educating children on renewable energy, climate change, and sustainability, concluded with a competition. Students were asked to develop a positive environmental message that could be presented in the medium of their choosing. The results were nothing short of fantastic and inspiring!

Energy Matters were very excited to participate in the awards ceremony, held at the recent Melbourne Home Show. Our CEO, Roshan Ramnarain, presented the winning students with their awards and gifts along with GoodWe’s Country Manager, Dean Williamson, and Events and Sponsorship Director for Exhibitions & Events Australia, Maridza Riccioni. The winners were announced by James Treble, host of Renovate or Rebuild and one of Australia’s leading interior designers. The face of the EcoSmart Kids program, Hannah from GoodWe, was also there to encourage the kids and present the awards.

EcoSmart Kids project results

Tears welled up in the eyes of almost all who attended the awards ceremony on Friday the 25th of August. To witness the exceptional effort by all students, and to come to the realisation that our future is in safe hands, was nothing short of breathtaking. Each of the projects submitted showcased a clear understanding of the challenges our world is facing but also displayed the optimism and problem-solving skills of the next generation.

  • Ayaan Shah
    Ayaan Shah
  • Chloe George
    Chloe George
  • Christopher Jorge
    Christopher Jorge
  • Clementine Catterall
    Clementine Catterall
  • Fletcher Curry
    Fletcher Curry
  • Gabriel Rajanayagam
    Gabriel Rajanayagam
  • Jeron Francis
    Jeron Francis
  • Poppy Pinkus
    Poppy Pinkus

And the winners are…

The competition was split into two categories: Grades 2-4 and Grades 5-6. The winners were:

Championship Winner, Grades 2-4

Ayaan Shah, Trinity Grammar School

Championship Winner, Grades 5-6

Fletcher Curry, Trinity Grammar School

Other Championship Finalists

St. Columba’s Primary School:

Poppy Pinkus

Clementine Catterall

St Philip’s Primary School:

Jeron Francis

Chloe George

Trinity Grammar School:

Gabriel Rajanayagam

Christopher Jorge

GoodWe leading the educational charge

GoodWe have shown the renewable energy industry how education is a vital component of change and growth. Their innovative program will no doubt impact the choices and decisions of the students as they grow and step into the world as leaders. The solar manufacturing industry is changing the world in so many ways, and Energy Matters encourages other manufacturers to consider education as another branch to usher in the next generation.

Energy Matters was very proud to partner with GoodWe to deliver this extraordinary program. EcoSmart Kids will be looking to relaunch soon; taking their roadshow truck to many other Australian schools. To find out more, and to see where the roadshow truck will be next, head to 

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