Solar Energy for Schools & Education
Our unique solar schools program specializes in bringing school-centric solar solutions to K12 and higher education facilities across the country.
Our solar solutions provide school districts, universities, and research institutions a cost effective path to renewable energy generation and usage. We offer schools the ability to either purchase a system via a turnkey contract or buy solar energy through a Power Purchase Agreement. All of our solutions are comprehensive and come with our state approved solar curriculum.
Why Schools Should Go Solar?
Schools are large consumers of energy and with the integration of new learning equipment and research technologies, operating budgets are continually growing. A solar power installation will reduce your institution's energy bill and protect you from rising rates.
Borrego Solar provides a state approved solar curriculum to its school customers so the lessons of sustainability can be incorporated into the classroom using live data. As pillars within their respective communities, schools effectively model the positive environmental attributes of renewable energy for students, staff, faculty, and the community at large.
Entire school districts or large campus universities and colleges can aggregate sites within their facility portfolio and deploy a larger multi-site installation in one phase. The professional fees saved by bundling solar can be shared across properties and further reduce the total cost of the solar power installations.
Partial List of Customers
- Assumption College
- Boston College High School
- The College Preparatory High School
- Harvard University
- Head Royce School
- Hopkinton High School & Middle School
- Lagunitas School District
- Liberty Union USD
- Lowell Technical High School
- Marin Community College District
- Marin Country Day School
- Mashpee High School
- Mountain Empire USD
- New Haven Unified School District
- Ohlone Community College District
- Peralta Community College
- Plymouth Public Schools
- Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Newark
- San Diego Community College District
- Santa Clara USD
- Sierra Community College
- Smith College
- University of California San Diego
- Worcester Technical High School