Solar plan for student halls
SOLAR panels on three buildings will help a university reduce its annual carbon emissions by up to 70 tonnes.
Keele University is installing three 50kW systems on its Holly Cross and Lindsay Halls of Residence, as well as the Darwin Building.
Work to install the 636 photo-voltaic panels will be completed this year.
The project is part of Keele's renewable and sustainable energy strategy, which aims to cut the university's carbon emissions in line with Government targets.
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Andy Parry, head of operations, said: "On-site renewable energy generation is going to be key in achieving our carbon reduction targets and we look forward to working with npower to achieve this."