Sacred Heart College | 117.5 kW | Johannesburg, South Africa
Generating Solar Power
Sun Exchange is solar powering Sacred Heart College and offering you the chance to buy solar cells in the project and earn revenue from the electricity they produce.
Education is the key to combating poverty and setting South Africa on the right trajectory for a prosperous future. As South African icon, Nelson Mandela, said; “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”
The school is renowned for working in collaboration with the surrounding communities and adopting a progressive teaching method designed to foster critical thinking skills. Located in Johannesburg, South Africa, the school is optimally situated as it receives sunshine for most of the year. This makes solar powering Sacred Heart a perfect project for Sun Exchange and the people that use our platform because it’s aligned with our brand values and guarantees profits for our customers.
In its 129-year history, Sacred Heart College has always been at the forefront of promoting social justice for all. Their unique characteristic is that they reflect a transformed microcosm of South African society. Acceptance, understanding, and respect for one another underpins all teaching and learning at the school. The school also shares its facilities with the Three2Six Refugee education project, which provides bridging education to refugee children.
The charity for this project is Field of Flowers. This is a fundraising initiative that provides bursaries for deserving learners to gain an exceptional education at Sacred Heart. You can, at your option, donate a proportion of your solar cell rental income to this charity.
This is a great opportunity to solar power a project that promotes progressive education, offset your carbon emission and earn a significant passive income stream paid optionally in Bitcoin or local currency and in addition earns you SUNEX and SolarCoin bonuses!
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Forecast: 405,870.680 kWh
310,256.56 kg CO2
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