Energy comparison customers might be interested to hear that the Glastonbury festival site has been updated with the UK's largest private solar plant.
Site owner Michael Eavis has installed 1,116 solar power panels on the roof of his cowshed, known to festival-goers as the Mootel.
This will generate 200kW annually - enough cheap energy to power 40 homes for a year - and will be used to run Mr Eavis' Worthy Farm, with any surplus energy expected to be fed into the National Grid.
"With the energy crisis we had to do something seriously major as we see ourselves as green campaigners," said the founder of the Glastonbury festival.
"We want to set an example. I don't want to sound big headed but we do preach the green message of sustainability," he added.
Individuals hoping to generate their own cheap energy supplies could take advantage of the government's feed-in tariff scheme, which offers financial incentives for the generation of private power.
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