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How One School Used Solar Power to Go from Being an Electricity Consumer to Electricity Producer

How One School Used Solar Power to Go from Being an Electricity Consumer to Electricity Producer

In the small coastal town of Pondicherry, south of Chennai, there is a school that is not only self-reliant in terms of energy but is also sharing the excess it produces with other buildings in the area.

The Sri Aurobindo International Centre of Education (SAICE) in Pondicherry has been operating on green energy since September 2014.

Many schools encourage their students to switch off the fans and lights after use, plant trees and take other initiatives to save energy. However, very few go beyond just asking them to take precautions and save energy. SAICE is different.
This educational institute is self-reliant in terms of energy; it meets all its energy requirements through solar power. Moreover, it produces three times the electricity it consumes and lights up many other buildings with the excess energy. Read more…

How One School Used Solar Power to Go from Being an Electricity Consumer to Electricity Producer

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