January 22, Green School passed the technical test for energy integration through net metering. It enables Green School to export renewable energy to the grid.
Currently, Green School has 32.82 kWp solar system that distributed in the solar farm, E-hub roof, I-Hub roof, and Sangkep Toilet. The 6.12 kWp solar system installed in the I-Hub roof is designed to work in parallel with the PLN electricity (Indonesian electricity provider). This design enables the Net Metering integration where Green School has Export-Import meter that can export excess power to the local grid. It means that Green School doesn’t need expensive battery storage and will have higher renewable energy efficiency due to the minimum power loss. It also means that Green School will able to contribute its clean energy to the local Bali grid. In the future, when the vortex works, the power from vortex will be connected to this system and Green School hopefully not only able to provide 100% its electricity consumption but also provide its excess clean energy to Bali grid.
Do you know that there is no case of hydro energy in net metering, and Green School will be the first one in Indonesia that doing that?
Learning Environment Team