Solar in Educational Institutes is becoming more popular, decreasing an institution’s carbon footprint.
Educational institutions in India are a huge market for solar. Most of the schools and colleges are already very knowledgeable about the benefits of going solar.
The benefits of going solar:
- Plenty of open, unshaded space for solar panels to work to their highest potential.
- Solar Power Will Reduce Operating Costs for the School
- Solar Power Could Help Boost Enrollment
- Solar Power Provides Unlimited and Reliable Energy
- Solar Arrays at Colleges Helps Drive Solar Power Forward
Institutes which are setting environmental message for others:
- Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Bangalore
- National law School of India University (NLSIU), Bangalore, 125 kW.
- The National Institute of Advanced Studies (NIAS), 100 kW.
- The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Guwahati,
- Malaviya National Institute of Technology (MNIT), Jaipur,
- Swami Keshvanand Institute of Technology (SKIT), Jaipur,
It is not just the higher education campuses; even city schools are going solar such as.
- Delhi Public School (DPS). 100 kW.
There are many others who have also installed rooftop solar PV project recently.
- Allahabad University (23 buildings), 1.434 MW.
- Amity University (3 Campuses), 1.8 MW.
- IIT Kharagpur, EOI for 5.5 MW.
- GBPUAT Uttarakhand tendered 5 MW.
Solar initiatives undertaken by the educational institutions are setting a good example for the rest of the country. Not only will this make the country adopt a sustainable and economical source of power, it will also help the overall growth trajectory of the rooftop solar sector.
Rays Power Experts are also part of this initiative by setting solar on various institutes
- IIT Guwahati
- MNIT Jaipur
- SKIT Jaipur
- All Govt. Delhi Schools under NDMC (23 Schools)
- RK Girls College, Kishangarh
- Geetanjali College, Udaipur
- MNS Medical & Educational Society, Bikaner
- Saint Paul School, Kota
- Bikaner Institute of Medical Science