Westville Girls' High School | 80.40 kW | KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
Generating Solar Power
Founded in 1964, Westville Girls' High School stands as one of the best public schools in South Africa with an unbroken pass rate of 100% since 1991.
As an all-girls school, Westville strives to teach compassion and kindness, promoting a key message that there is “dignity in diversity”. This is integral to the school’s approach in educating over 1,100 learners to become well-rounded future leaders in the country.
With an ethos that embodies culture and community, it is exciting that Westville Girls' High School is the first KwaZulu-Natal school which will be getting clean solar energy through the Sun Exchange.
When you buy and lease solar cells, you’ll earn an estimated IRR of 11.66% and reduce your carbon footprint while dramatically cutting the costs towards educating and empowering our future female leaders. Make money while the sun shines and secure 20 years of solar powered-income through Sun Exchange!
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6,516.640 kWh arrow_upward
6,712.14 kg CO2 arrow_upward
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