Savings depend on where the school is located, how much electricity they use and how big a system can be installed. The further south and the larger the school, the lower the cost per unit of generated solar power and the more the school can save. Try our online calculator to see an initial estimate for your school. Note that even if the price per unit of solar power required to make the economics work for funding partners is greater than what the school pays today, as electricity prices continue to rise faster than inflation, the school may still save money in the long term. Solar power is a good long-term hedge against rising electricity prices.