Wednesday, August 9, 2017

A school in Denmark is clad in 12,000 solar panels

A newly built school in Copenhagen, Denmark has incorporated 10 solar panels for each student it can accommodate.

The C.F. Møller-designed CIS Nordhavn is clad with 12,000 solar panels that will produce at least half of the school’s annual electricity consumption, a total that is equivalent to about 70 detached houses. The myriad panels will also be used as part of the school’s academic strategy. Students will be able to follow the energy production and utilize the gathered data in subjects such as physics and mathematics.

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