Peasedown St John School produces Green Electricity!

In 2011 Peasedown St John had 166 solar panels fitted to two roofs. These panels generate electricity from the sun, they work best on clear sunny days, but they still produce some energy even when it is cloudy or raining.


The display below shows how much energy is being produced now.

Click on the arrows to change the day, month or year, you can click on the boxes for more information. Click on the button on the top left to see this display on full screen, click on the button again to return to this page.

Using the cursor over the graph you can see the specific power output at any time during the day, month or year being shown, if you click on Yield the green lines represent the anticipated generation for the whole period.