Salesbury Church of England School – Blackburn

In the summer we traveled up to Blackburn to install a 46.72 kWp solar PV system for one of the local schools (Salesbury Church of England School). The 128 x 365W Mono MBB Percium Half-Cell All Black solar panels were separated across 4 different roofs as the size of the system required would not fit onto one roof as the dimensions were not big enough. There were 64 x P801 optimizers that connected to two solar panels each. They were all wired up to the SolarEdge30K which was installed inside the school away from students. The energy that the system will produce annually is predicted to be around 34.65 MWh. The system isn’t just saving money on their electricity bills but they are also helping the environment by lowering their carbon footprint. The system will be saving around 8.07 tonnes of Co2 emmisons which is equivalent to planting 371 trees.

Above you can see two pie charts, the one on the left shows the amount of energy production the system is getting from the arrays and the one on the right shows the total energy consumption of the school per year so by seeing this you can gather that the school will be saving just over half the money on their electricity bills per year.

System Production and Consumption Pie Chart


Solar Panel

364W Mono MBB Percium Half-Cell All Black x 128


12 Year Product Warranty

25 Year Linear Power Output Warranty




1776mm x 1052mm x 35mm


20.7 kg


Solaredge 30K x 1


P801 x 64

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