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As concern grows regarding the contribution of fossil fuels to global climate crisis, solar energy is an increasingly attractive power source due to its zero emissions, infinite supply and fast falling prices of the solar and storage technologies. As decision makers turn to incorporate solar energy systems into their projects, many options are available to harness the power of the sun for commercial and industrial PV installations.
Since utility costs are one the biggest expenses of local administrations which can be used to improve the quality of different public services, growing numbers of administrators are exploring the benefits of solar power for schools and many other public buildings.
School facilities are excellent candidates for solar installments. Solar panels can easily offset their monthly utility bills. With utility scale project installations, it may even be possible to switch to 100% renewable energy. In addition, solar energy in schools presents a great teaching opportunity that can enrich classroom content with real-world examples of the benefits of renewable energy.
Algeria, like several African countries, has great energy ambitions on solar energy. The
project, Tafouk 1 is the latest scheme under the government’s programme to develop 22GW of
clean energy by 2030.More than 70% of this installed capacity is planned to be rooftop solar
As developments around renewable energy proceed in the counrty, Özgün İnşaat initiated a solar school project which can be seen as making a start in the “solar energy” area by signing a protocol with the Bordj Bou Arreridj Municipality for theBendiab Aberachid School in the Bord Bou Arreridj province.
Under the protocol, for the 12,6 kWp solar installment on school’s rooftop, fourty local panels with 315Wp each and 10 KW hybrid invertors were used. System wasdesigned off grid with battery, meeting the whole consumption needs during the day and storing the excess energy for evening use. In order not to damage the rooftop isolation, concrete footing was preferred (installation was preferred to be mounted on concrete blocks). Our project which we intent to execute many more in the ‘solar energy’ field in Algeria, is a self consumption project.