At OVESCO we are building on our experience with schools and other community-based organisations to support further renewable energy installations more widely across East Sussex.
The benefits are:
- Community owned solar installations (at no cost to the school or organisation)
- Lower-cost electricity or heat
- Measurably lower carbon emissions, visible to all
- Involvement of pupils, parents and the community
- A financial return for community investors
- A basis for low carbon educational initiatives
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OVESCO Sunny Solar Schools
OVESCO has been developing community-owned renewable energy installations with schools for 10 years. We have worked with local schools including Priory School, Lewes; Ringmer Community College; Wallands School, Lewes and Chailey School. Our aim is to use our experience to support schools across Sussex to become solar power producers, reduce carbon emissions and provide a platform for educating pupils, parents and the community about climate change.
The Sunny Solar Schools project aims to deliver clean electricity to schools in East Sussex. We will assess the suitability of each school involved for photovoltaic (PV) solar panels and the installation will be funded by a community share offer to local people. OVESCO will project manage the installation and operate the system once commissioned. The school will be offered electricity at a reduced price for 25 years, providing greater certainty for budgets.
OVESCO Sunny Solar Schools is installing roof top solar PV at schools in East Sussex and kicked off with an additional 30kW installed Kings Academy in Ringmer and 30kw installed at St John’s School in Brighton. We have completed feasibility studies on over 20 schools and are currently working to get schools roof tops pre-registered before the 31st March deadline.
To find out more, get in touch by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call on 01273 472405.