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Solar panel project approval could boost PV course demand in Wales

Two sites in Wales look set to house 10,000 solar panels between them, which could increase demand for PV courses among tradesmen in the surrounding areas.

Planning applications for the initiatives in Carmarthenshire were approved on Thursday (March 3rd) by local councillors, according to BBC News.

The news provider said the solar panels will be installed at the Ffos Las horse racing track and the former Cynheidre Colliery close to Five Roads, with the work potentially requiring the expertise of technicians who have undertaken PV courses.

Up to 1,000 homes could be powered by the generators, with the energy being fed straight into the National Grid.

According to the agent acting for developers in the deal, Entec, the solar farms will be well screened from the surrounding area.

This week, the St George the Martyr Church in Berkshire finished installing 129 solar panels on its buildings as part of efforts to make it the first carbon-neutral structure of its kind, reported BBC News.

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