“When the alumni reached out saying they wanted to do something for the school, several options were considered. But, we finally zeroed in on solar panels as an eco-friendly measure and also to make students aware about the need to conserve energy,” said principal, Suchita Shetty.
Set up at a cost of nearly Rs 8.3 lakh, the 10.3 kilowatt power (kWp) panels will save the school over Rs 1.5 lakh in energy bills each year. The project will be operational next week. Read More
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