Solar power is a renewable substitute for fossil-fuel-burning power plants, which emit greenhouse gases that lead to climate change. Switching to solar energy is one of the biggest changes we can make in our communities to curb climate change. With rising concerns about our carbon footprint and the mounting cost of energy, solar is a wise investment for the health of the environment and generations to come.
Installation of 50 KW solar panel system has not only lead to a decrease in the institution’s carbon footprint but has also greatly reduced the school’s electricity bill. The school is able to meet its power requirements by generating 210 units per day.