Cheap gas customers in Dorset could save money on their bills by taking part in a feed-in tariff scheme.
Businessdorset.co.uk reported that Engensa is inviting Bournemouth householders to sign up to a solar panel installation initiative by renting out their roofs to the company.
In exchange, Engensa will supply and fit the panels for free, allowing domestic energy users to generate their own green electricity.
Tony Darbyshire, chief executive of the company, told the news source: "Solar is a brilliant investment for families across the UK, but not everyone who owns their own home has the money to invest.
"We are launching the SunRoof free solar scheme to make sure as many families as possible can benefit from dramatic cuts in their electricity bills and from the satisfaction of turning their home green," he added.
Meanwhile, the Cornish town of Wadebridge is hoping to become the first urban area in Britain to be completely powered by renewable energy.
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