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Thursday July 21, 2016

Children at Northleaze Church of England Primary School celebrate the launch of their 50kWp solar PV system.

On Monday 18th July 2016 the children and staff of Northleaze Primary School launched their community-owned solar system by forming a huge sun in their playground. It is North Somerset’s first community-owned school solar PV system.

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Monday July 18, 2016

Sir Ed Davey opens Ham Lane Solar Park

On Saturday 16th July 2016, Former Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, Sir Ed Davey opened Bristol’s second community-owned Solar Park at Ham Lane, Kingston Seymour. The 915kWp solar park was built by Solarsense and is funded and owned by Low Carbon Gordano Limited, a co-operative whose purpose is to help the local community to reduce energy costs and become more sustainable.

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Friday July 1, 2016

Solarsense awarded "Best Project" at the British Renewable Energy Awards 2016

Solarsense have been awarded "Best Project" at the 2016 British Renewable Energy Awards. This is the second year running that Solarsense have won the “project” category after the Croyde Cottage installation won over the judges in 2015.

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Wednesday June 8, 2016

UK Milestone – Solar power produces more electricity than coal

Research undertaken by analysts at the Carbon Brief has proven that solar produced 50% more power than coal across the whole month of May.

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Tuesday May 17, 2016

Solarsense launch guide to sustainable solutions for food & drink manufacturers

Whether an independent, artisan producer, mass market supplier or household name, carbon management, sustainability metrics and the demand for greener food and drinks are on the rise.

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