SirajPower Completes Installation Of 4,921 Solar Panels At Kings’ School Al Barsha

A file photo of roof solar panels installed at Kings’ School Al Barsha

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SirajPower, UAE’s largest distributed solar energy provider, announced that the roof solar panels were completed at Kings’ School Al Barsha. The school offers an exceptional all-through school, the British curriculum to primary and secondary students. The solar project, which is in line with Dubai’s Clean Energy Strategy, will reduce approximately 1.924 metric tonnes of carbon dioxide annually. This would be equivalent to charging 234,066,133 smartphones.


Education is a key priority in the UAE. The Government strives to build its human capital and create an economy that is diverse and knowledge-based. SirajPower is committed to supporting the nation’s initiatives. The partnership with Kings’ School Al Barsha will empower youth and increase sustainability awareness in the UAE. The school was able to install 4,921 solar panels, with a power of 1.9MWp, in record time and four months ahead of schedule.

“In keeping with the UAE’s vision, this project has demonstrated the importance of integrating sustainable energy into education for future generations, providing students, parents, teachers, and the surrounding community with limitless opportunities to learn about sustainability. This solar rooftop project will provide a clean source of power for the school’s community. Kings’ School Al Barsha is one of many educational projects we manage, and we continue to see an increase in interest from UAE schools looking to transition to solar power,” said Laurent Longuet, CEO at SirajPower.

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“With the newly installed solar panels, the students of Kings’ School will not just be taught about solar systems in class, but will also have access to a real-life demonstration and application of sustainable methods on school grounds. The on-site functional solar panel display and experience can help them further their understanding of solar energy and serves as an in-house renewable living laboratory for students,” added Longuet.

“Being green at Kings’ School Al Barsha means that we make intentional and innovative efforts to reduce our environmental imprint and use resources as efficiently as possible to inspire future generations,” said Akshay Khanna, Director of Kings’ Corporate.

SirajPower will oversee the maintenance, cleaning, and performance of the solar energy system for Kings’ School Al Barsha over the course of the 20-year contract. This will allow the school to be free from worry, have green credentials, and provide a real-life learning experience for its students. The school will be able to generate its own renewable and clean energy and help combat climate change.

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