Students head to Electric Mountain

PHYSICS students from Cronton Sixth Form College travelled to Electric Mountain to learn about sustainable energy.

The thirty-four students went to north Wales to learn more about the challenges facing the UK in providing a sustainable electricity supply.

The students visited the Centre for Solar Energy Research in St Asaph to meet Prof Stuart Irvine and his colleagues from Glyndwr University.

Dr Pam Dugdale, head of physics at Cronton, said: “The trip was really enjoyable and covered certain topics on the A-level physics in a practical way.”

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