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PV training could be required in 'Energy City'

Demand for PV training could be set to spike in a UK destination one local politician has labelled 'Energy City', as a result of its green power plans.

Councillor Graham Chapman, deputy leader of Nottingham City Council, described how the authority is partnering with E.ON to fit hundreds of solar panels on council-owned properties.

Not only will this create work for tradesmen who have completed PV training, it is also set to help people with their energy bills, the official said.

"Nottingham already provides 11 per cent of its own energy and schemes like this will undoubtedly increase our reputation for being the Energy City," he added.

An estimated 4,000 kWh per year will be generated by the solar devices, which will be attached to 600 homes in the Aspley district.

Last week, the Scunthorpe Telegraph reported that 3,000 solar panels could be installed by North Lincolnshire Homes to help cut people's utility bills.

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