Volunteers from energy suppliers British Gas descended on a local Welsh primary school to help give the establishment an energy makeover.
British Gas staff gave Llangattock Church in Wales Primary School in Powys a total renovation, as well as installing ten new computers.
The domestic and business gas and electricity provider has already fitted in cavity wall insulation at the school, doubling it to meet recommended levels.
British Gas plans to build on this by constructing a solar photovoltaic system and installing roof panels to generate sustainable cheap energy. The system will also allow the school to qualify for the government's new Clean Energy Cash Back Scheme.
The renovation forms part of British Gas' Green Streets Challenge - a year-long project aimed at helping communities improve their use of renewable cheap energy.
Head teacher Hayley Smith commented: "Being open plan makes it even more important for us to have good insulation. We've got that now thanks to Green Streets, so we're looking forward to cheaper heating bills and a much more comfortable environment."
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