Advantages of installing distributed photovoltaic power generation system in schools

- Feb 25, 2019-

1, national and local subsidy support

The “Support Measures for Special Funds for Renewable Energy and New Energy Development” issued by the Shanghai Development and Reform Commission recently emphasized the increase of subsidies for distributed PV projects in schools to 0.55 RMB/kWh. It can prove that the Shanghai government supports the school's distributed photovoltaic project. This policy of Shanghai will have a model role for the whole country. It is believed that all parts of the country will gradually respond to the development of distributed photovoltaics in schools.


2, energy saving and emission reduction effect is obvious

For every kilowatt of electricity generated by a distributed photovoltaic power plant, it is equivalent to saving 0.4 kilograms of standard coal and reducing carbon dioxide emissions by 0.947 kilograms, which has a very obvious effect of energy saving and emission reduction. The school uses a large amount of electricity, and adopts distributed photovoltaic power generation instead of traditional coal-fired power, which can play an important role in protecting the environment.


3, can be insulated and save electricity

Because distributed photovoltaic has the effect of cooling and heat insulation on the roof, it can effectively reduce the indoor temperature of the downstairs by 3-5 degrees, and it can be lowered by 6 degrees when it is hot in summer. Reducing the room temperature, on the one hand, saves the electricity cost of the fan in the summer, and allows the students to study in a cool way, really killing two birds with one stone.

 distributed photovoltaic power generation system

4, a vivid environmental education class

Photovoltaic power generation is converted into heat energy by solar energy in "energy conversion", and solar energy is converted into electric energy. The photovoltaic power station is built on the roof of the school. It is like a vivid environmental education class, which can make students have a strong interest in photovoltaic power generation. By building such a low-carbon science base based on photovoltaic power plants, students can learn more about solar energy and related knowledge and increase their interest in learning. Of course, I hope that when they grow up, they will become talents in this field and contribute to the development of new energy inChina.


School distributed solar can not only save energy and reduce emissions, but also infiltrate the concept of environmental protection into the life of a new generation of young people. It has become a hot trend in recent years!