April 4, 2018

Powering change at Brigidine

Story by Solar my School project team, March 2018

With the help of the Solar my School program, Brigidine College in Randwick has gone solar! The school has installed 208 solar panels to provide locally generated, green energy to power the school’s learning facilities.

Every year the system will help:

  • Reduce their electricity bill by 30%
  • Save the school over $14,000 they can invest in learning resources and equipment
  • Produce clean energy equal to running 217 computers
  • Avoid 72 tonnes carbon emissions, equivalent to taking 25 cars off the road

Solar my School is a free Council-run program making it easy for schools in the Eastern Suburbs to go solar, by providing support from start to finish.

Over 30 schools are already participating, from Vaucluse to Bondi to Maroubra.

Solar my Schools website is live!

Find out how to get solar power easily at your school with our free Council program, and which other schools are already on the ‘sunshine pathway’ in the Eastern Suburbs.

Jump online at our new website for all the details and how to register.

Or contact: 9083 8023 or [email protected]

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