10:10 to kick off latest solar schools campaign

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Campaign group reveals it has to date helped schools raise almost £500,000 for investment in rooftop solar arrays

Climate change campaign group will tomorrow launch the latest phase of its Solar Schools initiative, calling on schools across the country to sign up to the nationwide fund-raising scheme. First launched...

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