School's solar panel campaign
MILLBROOK Primary School has launched an ambitious campaign to get solar panels installed on its roof.
The campaign is part of the Solar Schools project that aims at putting clean energy in classrooms across the country.
Millbrook Primary School has set a target of raising a total of £10.000.
If successful, the school plans to install solar panels that will generate power enough to cover their yearly use of electricity. At the moment that bill runs to between £3.000 and £4.000 a year.
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"We are organising various school events to raise money and have reached out to local businesses, former students and locals. We are trying to make this a truly co-operative project for the whole local community," Deputy Head at Millbrook Primary School, Peter Bell, said.
As part of the project, Millbrook will try to make energy use more tangible to the students.
"For example, we will install digital metres that will let the children monitor how much energy we are using at any given time. Personally, I think energy use and clean energy will play a massive role in the lives of the next generations and this is a way of introducing them to those concepts," Peter Bell said.