When it comes to learning about solar panels, a number of schools in Torbay have passed the test with flying colours. They are being taught a lesson in green energy, by having PV photovoltaic systems installed. The unitary borough in the South West of England is famous for being an authentic harbour and beautiful bay, looking eastward. It is made up of a section of Devon and the towns of Brixham, Paignton and Torquay. Torbay is now the site of this progressive plan to fix solar micro generation systems in schools.
Those benefitting are Sherwell Valley Primary School, Churston Ferrers Grammar Academy, Shiphay Learning Academy, Mayfield School, and Paignton Community and Sports College. They will profit from a regional Eco-Schools scheme. It has been set up to produce green energy; available free. The programme allows them produce clean solar power right there on the premises. This lets staff and pupils do their bit for the environment, while decreasing heating and electrical payments. It has been estimated the PV Photovoltaic system will add up to about half a million pounds of savings, over a quarter of a century. This is along with the immeasurable educational benefits of installing solar panels in schools. It has a great deal to teach the students about ecology and green solar energy.
This is a part of a larger plan by the local council to reduce the Bay’s carbon footprint by around a third. The plan is to reach this target by the close of the decade. It had been laid out in the Climate Change Act of 2008. PV Solar UK have installation teams in Torbay, who know all there is to know about installing photovoltaic systems. Contact us now and let us teach you about the benefits of solar power.