A scheme to make it easier for schools to install renewable energy has been launched by solar developer company Conergy.

It says it wants to deliver “insight and inspiration” on the potential financial, educational and environmental benefits of renewable technology.

The Conergy solar on schools programme will “provide stakeholders with access to energy use and cost-savings analysis, the installation and life-time maintenance of a solar PV system, and engagement support and full project management, from planning through to installation.”

The company will also provide learning events “catered to enhance an existing educational timetable”, including assembly presentations, site visits and workshops.

“We have developed the schools’ scheme in a bid to provide not only insight to the whys and wherefores, but also the potential wider return on investment, including how the data collated can feed into students’ learning,” says UK managing director Paul Weaver.

“Our objective is to make things easier for many people who are interested in renewable technology and, specifically, Solar PV.”

Visit www.schools.conergy.com to sign up to the programme.

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