Hampton goes green

Hampton goes green

There are 1 comment on the The Gleaner story from Oct 26, 2013, titled Hampton goes green. In it, The Gleaner reports that:

IN AN effort to limit its overall contribution to climate change, the Hampton School in Malvern, St Elizabeth, is now opting to integrate renewable sources of energy into its electricity supply.

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LessHypeMoreFact

Etobicoke, Canada

#1 Oct 26, 2013
Not sure of the solar component (but being Jamaica I can expect that to be even better than wind) but a comparitive installation at Munro gives some idea of the economics.

http://www.nepa.gov.jm/eias/StElizabeth/Hermi...
"The project is estimated to cost US$9 million with
projected annual fuel savings of US$1.7
million (at 2008 fuel prices)."

So with a 20 year life, that project would pay off in as little as five years.

A very good thing for Jamaica which is exposed to the rising cost of importing fossil fuels, while having all sorts of wind and solar energy going to waste..

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