Kyocera’s new “Solar Power Expo” website has been created with the goal to educate all ages about the use of solar power and promote how solar energy can help tackle the environmental problems that the world faces daily. The user friendly and interactive site gives visitors the faux experience of attending an outdoor solar power exposition. Five different “pavilions” allow the solar tourist to engage in activities that introduce solar power, Kyocera’s history in solar power and environmental activities.
In the first pavilion, “Saving the Earth”, the website visitor is greeted with an introduction featuring photos and graphs showing the different environmental issues that currently exist in our world and then presents solutions that use solar power. The second pavilion, “Marvels of the Sun”, allows the newcomer to watch a video with music that demonstrates the history, makeup and secrets of the sun.
Upon entering the third pavilion, “Painting the Sun”, one is presented with an exhibition displaying sun-related drawings that have been completed by children located throughout the world. Stepping into the fourth pavilion, “Solar Power by Kyocera”, diagrams illustrate how solar energy is converted into electricity through photovoltaics as well as a history of Kyocera and its achievements since 1975.
Finally throughout the fifth pavilion, “Our Solution”, solutions are offered, which Kyocera is working towards for the betterment of the world environment and further establishes the environmental and social responsibility activities that the company focuses on.