Durham schools go green with SANYO solar modules

Sanyo Component Europe have announced the installation of two solar module equipped photovoltaic (PV) systems at Rosa Street Primary School and Hamsterley Primary School in County Durham, England.

Both PV systems are now operational and providing clean, green energy to these environmentally-conscious schools.

The PV systems were awarded to the schools by Sanyo for their work in the Future Planets project, an eco challenge for students to create a piece of work exploring the state of the planet in 25 years time.

The Future Planets project is part of the ‘Recharging the Earth’ programme which, in its second year, is an environmental education programme organised by County Durham’s Outdoor and Sustainability Education Service (OASES).

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