Bergvliet High School | 60.40 kW | Cape Town, South Africa
Generating Solar Power
Bergvliet High School was built in 1956 to serve the ex-servicemen population in the newly developed township of Meadowridge. 60 years on, the schools 2020 vision is one of remembrance, development, respect, participation, excellence and hope.
Bergvliet High School is the 9th Western Cape government school to be getting low cost and clean energy access through Sun Exchange. Buying solar cells for this project means you'll lower their energy cost by 35%, and secure yourself a long term rental income stream sourced from pure sunlight.
You can optionally donate any proportion of your ongoing income to the schools bursary fund. Simply select the % of your income you would care to donate when completing the purchase for your cells.
Are you connected to the sun?
Monetise sunshine, cut CO2 and power high social impact projects through Sun Exchange
Forecast: 117,289.000 kWh
84,586.95 kg CO2
Solar cells connected
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