Australian college sources 130% of its electricity needs from renewable energy

A new 600kW rooftop solar photovoltaic system at the Presbyterian Ladies’ College in Melbourne is helping the college drive down emissions

A college in Melbourne is now sourcing around 130% of its electricity needs from renewable energy.

A new 600kW rooftop solar photovoltaic (PV) system and a renewable energy offtake agreement with Flow Power are enabling the Presbyterian Ladies' College in Melbourne to reach its environmentally-friendly goals.

RACV Solar has delivered the project as part of a contract with the Australian private school - Andy McCarthy, Chief Executive Officer, said: "The closer you look at this installation, the more intricate and detailed it becomes.

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