We purchased the solar panels in Hong Kong, where the students partially assembled the solar panels. Once we arrived at Cambodia, we purchased plastic pipes to construct the frames to hold the solar panels together, and the students assembled the systems into the middle of the night.
We also purchased the timber for constructing the charing stations. At the village, the students started banging the nails to construct parts of the frames. Then they banged the nails to put the different parts together.
Then they moved the frame into place, dug 4 holes to bury the 4 posts partially, to strengthen the structure.
Finally, the solar panels are installed on top of the frame, and the electrical connections completed. The charging stations are now complete, ready for the batteries.