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Mypower champions solar power on regional TV and radio

The end of Feed-in Tariff subsidies for new renewable energy schemes after 31th March will not stop commercial-scale solar power from holding its own and offering significant financial rewards for companies choosing to add it to their energy supply. This was the message that Mypower has been working hard to promote in the run-up to the cut-off date. We’re very pleased that both BBC 1’s Points West and BBC Radio Gloucestershire both chose to cover the story. Watch and listen to the interviews with Ben Harrison, our Managing Director:

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