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Mypower shortlisted for a British Renewable Energy award

Mypower have made the final eight in the Project category at the British Renewable Energy Awards for the highly successful Gloucester Cathedral solar PV project, completed in late 2016.

150 solar panels were installed on the nave roof of the historical Gloucester Cathedral last November and as a result the cathedral has cut its electricity costs by 25%. You can read more on the whole project here.

The award ceremony is to be held at The Savoy in London on Thursday 15th June – the black ties will be out in force…

 

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