Rondebosch Boys' High School | 135.3 kW | Cape Town, South Africa

Installing Solar Cells

Altius et Latius” or “Higher and Wider”. That’s the motto for Rondebosch Boys' High School and it stands as a testament for what the school aims to achieve. This includes heightening climate awareness for its learners and widening the methods it takes to save both financially and environmentally in its electricity use.

Established in 1897, Rondebosch Boys' High School is one of the oldest schools in Cape Town, South Africa, and has numerous well known Old Boys such as Nobel Prize winner Allan McLeod Cormack, cartoonist Zapiro and cricketer Gary Kirsten. This is the 11th Western Cape government school to be going solar through the Sun Exchange.

Buying and leasing the cost-saving solar cells to this school means you’ll be promoting a message of ‘better energy’ to thousands of learners. You’ll also secure 20 years of solar-powered income worth an estimated IRR of 11.65%!

Crowdsale complete! Did you miss it?

Monetise sunshine, cut CO2 and power high social impact projects through Sun Exchange


Total solar cells sold

100% Sold

Sold Out

Number of buyers
12 Sep 2020
Crowdsale end date

How much monetised sunshine could you have earned?

Match: 50.00 ZAR
Match: 4.270 kWh
1st Year Income Rate per kWh (Gross)
5.21 ZAR
1st Year Income for Cells (Gross)*
153.45 ZAR
Total 20 Year Income for Cells (Net)*
* Estimate

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