Johannesburg – At least 25 no-fee schools in the Western Cape will receive extensive energy audits to determine how GreenX Engineering can retrofit them with energy-saving lights and meters to measure and manage their power usage.
This energy-saving project could see such schools save on average around R36 000 a year on their electricity bills.
The Western Cape Education Department (WCED) recently awarded GreenX Engineering the opportunity to pilot the energy management and lighting efficiency retrofits at the no-fee schools to help them save on their electricity bills.
The project is to the value of R6 million.
“We have already identified 100 no-fee schools in the Western Cape that will…
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