Cambridgeshire County Council Milton Primary School

Product Hard Glass
Technology CIGS glass PV
Number of panels 200
Partners Beba & Bouygues
Year installed 2015

Supported by the Department of Energy & Climate Change (DECC), the National RE:FIT programme is an award winning programme helping to make the UK's public buildings more energy efficient. Cambridgeshire County Council wanted to make a difference at local schools and, in partnership under the National RE:FIT programme, the Council invested in a programme of energy efficiency at Milton Church of England Primary School.

System performance

Peak power

30 kWp

Produces

30,347 kWh/year

CO2 emissions saved per year

12 tonnes

CO2 emissions saved over system lifetime

360 tonnes

The solution

Milton School wanted to install a solar array which would generate clean energy that could supply the school. They also wanted a design which was aesthetically pleasing and would fit in with the conservation area around the school. We helped them achieve that with a 30 kWp system which elegantly blends into their roof.

See more of our Milton School installation in the image gallery below.

This installation enables the school to improve its energy efficiency enabling us to invest in the learning and provide a sustainable working environment for the future.

David Lee
Chair of School Governors, Milton School

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