Skyview Junior High School

Bothell, WA
  • As of 3:07am PDT
  • Power
    Output
    0.0 W
  • Irradiance
    4.0 W/m2
  • Temperature
    Cell
    48.8°F
    Ambient
    51.2°F
  • Lifetime
  • 11,190.2 kWh
    15,666.3 lbs of CO2 Avoided

Weather

Fair at 2:53am
52 °F/11 °C
Fair at 2:53am
Wind direction: S
Wind speed: 15 mph

System Specs

3.0 kW
This week, Skyview Junior High School generated Kilowatt-hours of electricity.From fossil-fueled sources, this amount of electricity would have emitted lbs of CO2 into the atmosphere.

This could power:

  • An electric toothbrush for
  • A 42" plasma-screen television for
  • A typical video game system for

Our solar energy project is the next step in the growing suite of environmental sustainability programs at Skyview. These projects include a 5.5 acre Outdoor Environmental Learning Center, with wetlands and forested trails built by students and parents, Field Studies, Environmental Grounding projects, individual Action Projects and Sustainability Surveys. In addition students do in-school energy conservation and schoolwide recycling projects. Thus our new 3.456 Kw solar array and curriculum adds a new dimension to Skyview’s sustainability efforts, helping us develop well rounded, knowledgeable, citizen leaders for our community.