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Solar Power for your School

Green Your School, a division of Green Building Africa, is offering special deals on Solar Power Systems specifically design for schools. The offer takes the form of modular or custom systems to
suite your schools specific requirements.

The modular systems start at 10 Kilowatts and include the Hycube E-Active Lithium ion battery back solution offering solar produced power after daylight hours. The panels carry a 10 year manufacturing guarantee as well as a 25 year linear depreciation guarantee. This means that the modules are guaranteed to produce at minimum 80% of their initial power after 25 years of operation.

The Hycube E-Active lithium ion battery solution is manufactured in Germany and comes with a full 10 year warranty. The versatile hybrid system with built in inverter is capable of managing one to three phases and can also intelligently manage generator and wind turbine power input.

The systems are Wi-Fi monitored for performance stats and early fault detection. The systems on offer are user friendly and will provide an excellent renewable energy education platform for your pupils. It will also have a positive impact on your schools ‘bottom line’ but most importantly, it will ensure power to your classrooms and priority areas during load shedding or power cuts.

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