Salisbury Cathedral in Wiltshire has installed 93 solar panels on the roof of its cloisters to cut its carbon footprint.
The 37kW project is expected to provide 33,708kWh of clean energy to Salisbury Cathedral, reducing its carbon footprint by 11,764kg every year.
The installation, which was completed in the early days of July, is designed to help the cathedral become carbon-neutral by 2030.
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