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The challenge

eEnergy has worked with Bellevue Place Education Trust to help them identify ways to reduce their carbon footprint. The Trust is committed to achieving net zero by 2030 having signed up to the Let’s Go Zero pledge, so they are looking to make the biggest strides possible to reduce their carbon emissions.

eEnergy have previously installed MY ZeERO and upgraded the lighting to LED across 9 schools which has already reduced their carbon emissions significantly. The next step on their journey is to install solar PV across their schools to generate their own energy, and export surplus energy back to the grid, reducing costs and carbon emissions in the process.


The solution

eEnergy pulled together a solar PV proposal for the Trust’s 9 schools which would reduce their carbon emissions by 67 tonnes per year, equating to approx. 2,179 trees.

The first phase of the project was installation across 3 schools; Halley House School, Evendon Primary School and Watling Park School.

Our surveys across these 3 schools indicated that 212 solar photovoltaic (PV) panels could be installed in total. The work was carefully planned to ensure no disruption to the day-to-day running of the school.

The results

Across the 3 sites, the installed solar PV will generate the following savings:

  • NET savings of £410,000 over 25 years
  • 20% reduction in energy costs
  • 28% energy self-sufficiency
  • 21 tonnes of CO2 emissions avoided per year


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