What has happened to the BPVA's Powering Knowledge campaign?

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Trade association insists solar schools campaign is making great progress, but sources remain sceptical about high-profile initiative

Launched last autumn amid talk of £400m in funding and a major drive to get solar arrays on the nation's schools, the British Photovoltaic Association's (BPVA) Powering Knowledge campaign appears to be...

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