Mangaluru: Mount Carmel school installs solar power plant, becomes 'green campus'


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Mangaluru, Jul 16: The solar rooftop power plant was inaugurated by Sr Pearl Anne AC, former Principal of Apostolic Carmel School, Bandra, Mumbai, at Mount Carmel Central school here on Saturday, July, 15.  

Principal Sr Melissa A C on occasion expressed her joy thus, "We have fulfilled our long cherished dream of our initiation towards clean and green energy – one of the 10 projects of the decennial year celebration of our school. The installation of solar rooftop photovoltaic power plant in our school on the building roof will reduce our electricity bills. This substantially reduces dependence on conventional energy sources, thus mitigating carbon emissions and making a significant shift towards sustainable energy use. With this, our institution will be recognized for contribution to nature and society, by working towards clean and green energy," she said.















Speaking on occasion, Rudolph Menezes, founder, Sunstar Solar Solutions said, “We are delighted to make a contribution towards realization of our commitment towards clean and green energy through solar power generation at Mount Carmel Central School. With the installation of solar rooftop plant, the institution is saving carbon credits equivalent to 600 metric tonnes and 900 teak trees over the life time. Our sincere gratitude to Mount Carmel Central School for all the cooperation and support extended.”

Sunstar Solar solutions promoted by industry veterans, has more than three decades of cumulative experience in the field of renewable energy, industrial automation, and factory automation, at the national and international level, and had satisfactorily completed the initiation of the school's project.

  

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