Colleges and other educational institutions are keen to have rooftop solar power as they derive more benefits than many other consumers: not only do they generate their own electricity, they also help their students learn the practical aspects of solar power; and perhaps most importantly, they establish the college as a forward-looking institution that is quick to embrace the technologies that are transforming the world.
To implement a rooftop solar system, colleges will need to consider several factors, such as the kind of loads that can be supported by solar power, the economics, and constraints. Solar for Colleges – Rooftop Solar Power for Institutions of Higher Learning is a free whitepaper from Solar Mango that addresses these and many other questions that frequently arise during our interaction with management from various institutes of higher learning.
This whitepaper examines
- How rooftop solar can benefit your college
- Amount of power that can be generated from rooftop solar
- Cost of a good quality solar plant
- Economics of solar power vs. grid power
- Technology choices in solar
- Disadvantage and limitations of rooftop solar power
- Choosing a high quality solar vendor
This free whitepaper can downloaded here: Solar for Colleges – Rooftop Solar Power for Institutions of Higher Learning