Places of worship could make £29m a year from solar panels, British Gas claims

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The utility giant claims that churches, mosques, temples and synagogues could save a further £5m annually under the scheme, as they would no longer have to buy their own electricity.

Faith groups would be able to make significant contributions to their coffers by claiming Feed-In Tariffs, a Government scheme that pays households and organisations for the energy they generate for the national grid from renewable sources.

The Telegraph

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