"Inspire by doing" - that is the credo of the Deggendorf-based association Technik für Kinder e.V. (TfK). Re² has supported the non-profit association since the very beginning. With its diverse projects, TfK enables over 7,000 children to discover the exciting world of technology every year.

tfkThe motivation of the association, which was founded in 2010, is that too little is done to promote young technical talent - which is undoubtedly the basis of the economic success of many companies - and to get them excited about technology. This is where the TfK association comes in and gives children many interesting insights into technical topics. In the process, the children can playfully gain their first experience of handicrafts by doing it themselves.

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For more than 10 years now, Re² - as a leading manufacturer of biomass- and residue-based CHP plants - has been an active supporting member of the TfK. "Technical craftsmanship is an elementary pillar in every manufacturing company," says Thomas Bleul, Managing Director of Spanner Re² GmbH, which has been producing decentralised energy systems in Neufahrn, Lower Bavaria, for over 15 years. "We are pleased to have accompanied the association for many years now and to see how enthusiasm for the technical craft is kindled even in its infancy. And one thing is certain: the young people of today are the future of tomorrow," Bleul reports.

More about the association: http://www.tfk-ev.de/ and more about the plants of Re²: https://www.holz-kraft.com/en/products/biomass-chp.html