Give me sunshine – solar power on a Trafford church

The Guardian Northerner blog has a story MCFly readers will find interesting.

Judicial review signals green light for community solar project
An innovative community enterprise in Old Trafford has welcomed the Supreme Court’s ruling last month over government plans to impose cuts on solar projects [snip] On Sunday a group of activists convened in St John’s Centre, Old Trafford, for the official launch of St John’s Sunshine (SJS).

Comprised of Rev. John Hughes and three other founding members, SJS is an unusual collaborative project which aims to harness the sun’s energy for the benefit of the community.

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Hat-tip to Pete Abel, one of the people in the SJS Co-op.

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