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The use of solar power is a recent green trend that both public and private schools have been following for the last few years, as part of the effort to reduce global warming and rising electrical costs.

Solar Photovoltaic installations on schools greatly benefit from their lack of energy use at night, on weekends and during the high yielding summer months, when traditionally scheduled schools close for the season. The unused energy PV panels produce during this time will tip the yield production to their favor. Any surplus energy will be credited and can be used anytime during the upcoming year whenever production dips below their usage.

Non–profits do often also qualify for a higher utility rebate for going solar and new financing options, now available for non-profits, mean that more schools will be able to make use of environmental and economical benefits of solar power.