In a bid to cut down expenses, St Stanislaus High School, a semi-aided school in Bandra, has turned to generating power for itself by installing solar panels. According to the school, the panels, which were installed at a cost of `70 lakh, which was arranged for by way of a loan, generate enough electricity to cater to the primary and secondary section, and the school is left with a surplus. The school says it is mulling supplying the surplus power to residential and commercial premises located adjacent to the school so that it can generate revenue to pay off the loan. Taking a cue from St Stanislaus High School, another school has also installed solar panels
– via The Asian Age