Solar Power gives Schools both a financial advantage and also helps build an awareness of such technologies in children who see them becoming a part of their daily lives.
Our commercial installations are always bespoke, and are just as easily to retro-fit to existing educational buildings as they are to incorporate in new build projects.
Why Choose us for your School's Solar Power?
- We have a wealth of experience in designing and installing Solar Power systems in all kinds of settings, including many schools & educational establishments.
- We are well equipped to offer our knowledge and experience to those schools wishing to investigate the Solar Power options available
- We are happy to incorporate ideas and suggestions of the facility and feel sure we will be able to provide idea’s that you like.
- Our aim in school projects is not simply to provide a solar electricity generator, but a real learning experience. We also know of many installations that have an aesthetic joy, and again, we love to be involved in such projects.
Solar Power Guidance
Geo Green Power can offer advice on the best options available and what sort of returns you can expect to get on your investment. Our team can work within whatever budget you have available and can design, supply and fit systems that can be extended later on.
Solar Power FAQ
Will I have to get planning permission?
Not in the vast majority of cases. However if you want your system ground mounted, if your school, college or university is part of a world heritage site, or is listed, then planning permission would likely have to be sought in advance. We will provide full assistance in completing applications and supplying any information requested to ensure the process is as quick and easy as possible.
Fore more helpful information see our Solar Panel FAQ’s page.
Thinking about Solar Power for your School, College or University?
Many schools may like the idea of investing in solar power, but simply do not have the initial capital to invest. If there was a system in place that would help you to have such a system with only a minimal initial spend would your school be interested?