The deal between the energy giant and Catholic Church’s energy procurement group, Inter-diocesan Fuel Management (IFM), is said to be one of the largest combined green energy contracts in the UK.
Under the contract, which covers 20 of the 22 Catholic dioceses, landmarks such as Westminster, Nottingham and Plymouth Cathedrals will be powered by renewable energy.
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