Due to issues dating back to the civil war (1975 to 1990), the electricity supply in Lebanon is unreliable and incredibly expensive with many, including LSESD, paying not only for the regular service but also for self-generation. LSESD want to reduce our campus’ sizeable annual electricity cost and our carbon footprint by installing a Photovoltaic system to produce clean electricity from solar power in addition to implementing energy conservation measures. This project will benefit several LSESD ministries that are hosted on this campus including the Arab Baptist Theological Seminary, SKILD Center for children with learning difficulties , MERATH, and Baptist Children and Youth Ministry.
The expected useful life of the project is 25 years and the expected yearly energy savings are close to 45%. A 10 year green loan from the Lebanese Central Bank is covering 77% of the total cost.
Help us raise the remaining balance of $92,000 to complete the project! Click on the relevant page for your country to make a donation to our 'From Grey to Green' project:
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