71986
kWh

Lifetime Generation

61.9
tonnes

Lifetime CO2 Savings


299
kWh

Average daily consumption

04-Nov-13
61 kWh

Highest producing day.

0.00
kg

Todays CO2 Savings

Solar system details

Inverter Model:SMA SB 1700

Dimbulah State School

We are a small, friendly, rural school situated on the edge of the Atherton Tablelands in sub-tropical Far North Queensland. Our school caters for students from five to fifteen years of age. 
Dimbulah State School provides a wide variety of learning experiences for students through curriculum programs in all key learning areas. Participation in academic competitions such as the Westpac Maths Competition and the NSW Science Competition along with participation in sporting competitions such as the National Bill Turner Cup - Soccer is a feature of the enrichment programs offered by the school. Support-a-Writer, Support-a-Reader and Maths tutoring are also offered across the school to support our students in their learning. 
Our school offers a full range of Junior Secondary subjects. Most primary classes feature multi-age or composite classes with integrated work units across the eight key learning areas.


Live Solar System Properties
Last updated on Sun 28 May 2017 1:43AM

Solar Energy Generation

Energy generated on 28 May 2017
0.0 kWh generated, 0.0 kgs CO2 saved
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Solarschools.net total output: 44680556 kWh | 37736.1 tonnes CO2 saved.

Electricity Consumption

Note: The school energy consumption displayed represents at least 65% of the schools total consumption in accordance with the National Solar Schools Program requirements.
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