We asked one of our customers about their Solar System.
Customer: Michael Heenan, School Principal at St Clements School, Bulleen.
What system was installed?
29.90kW Solar PV installation 95 x 315w Suntech Panels, SolarEdge Optimized System
What were you looking for – what did you want to achieve?
We wanted to reduce the amount of non-Renewable Energy that the school was using.
How did the installation go?
Well, we didn’t have to do anything they did it all for us. They came in during the school holidays and that was good. It was so important that they worked within our schedule otherwise it would have been chaos. The experience was pretty good in fact it was excellent!
How has it changed your life?
Well, our sustainability is now visible. You can see the system from the front of the school. So, people can see it as they enter. The kids see it as they walk in and that is important as they feel that it is for them. What I mean by this is that they see us as looking after their future. Kids are very aware of the climate issues these days and if they can see that the “Grownups” are looking after their future they feel safe.
They are so excited about what we are doing. I have the monitoring of the system on my laptop and often on a sunny day I can show them what we are producing. I explain to them what is happening, and they are very interested.
What was your experience dealing with EnergySpec Electrical?
Great! It was a seamless operation. As the principal of a school you have so much going on and the less you need to do the better. If you can work with someone who does everything for you it is so much help. Adrian took over and looked after us.
Any plans for more renewable energy?
We want to do the other side of the building. We would have done more at the time, but Adrian explained that we would need a permit to do so. That was the other good thing, he told us everything we need to know. He took control, so we had the confidence that we were dealing with the right person and company.
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