Green reading: Hay Festival switches to renewable power

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Visitors to the Hay Festival relax on the lawn | Credit: Flickr/ Peter
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Visitors to the Hay Festival relax on the lawn | Credit: Flickr/ Peter

Renewable energy company Good Energy to supply world famous literary festival with 100 per cent green power for the first time

Hay Festival, the literature and arts festival held each year in the Welsh town of Hay-on-Wye, will be powered with renewable electricity for the first time in 2018 thanks to a new contract with Good Energy....

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