Pender Island Community School Solar Project
Solar | Community project we're supporting
Partners: Gulf Island School District
In 2016, Bullfrog Power and Pender Solar Initiative partnered for the launch of a new solar project on British Columbia’s Pender School—the largest solar electricity project on Pender Island! The 105-panel, 28.4 kW project is part of Pender Solar Initiative’s 2020 campaign to install solar PV systems on the roof of every suitable public building on Pender, B.C., by 2020.
The revenue generated from the clean energy production will be used to purchase science equipment for the school and to fund scholarships for Pender students studying renewable energy and climate change, or training to be electricians capable of installing solar panels.
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