Quiz fun with Sun & Wind Energy

<b>They were the fastest to answer the quiz questions from solarthermalworld.org: (from the left) Jan Knaack (BSW Solar), Anja Loose (ITW Stuttgart) and Olivier Drücke (Eclareon). </b><br><br><i>Photo: Stephanie Banse</i><br>
They were the fastest to answer the quiz questions from solarthermalworld.org: (from the left) Jan Knaack (BSW Solar), Anja Loose (ITW Stuttgart) and Olivier Drücke (Eclareon).

Photo: Stephanie Banse

This was definitely the case with our quiz, which challenged the trade visitors during the European Solar Thermal Energy Conference ESTEC 2011 in Marseille. The questions related, for example, to a frequently used vacuum-tube type that is named after a city in Australia, or to the year of issuance of the first solar keymark certificate for solar collectors.

The person who could answer the questions the fastest would win. Anja Loose (ITW Stuttgart) needed less than a minute to answer the 10 questions, and was declared the winner. The prize was a ticket of her choice for participation in a conference organized by Solarpraxis AG. These include the Forum Solarpraxis in Berlin, the CIS-IT in Rome and the SMEThermal in Berlin. Jan Knaack (BSW) and Olivier Drücke (Eclareon) needed a few seconds more to answer the quiz questions. They came second and third and each won a subscription to our germany magazine "Sonne, Wind & Wärme".

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