Householders in north Wales have been invited to go green as part of a number of community projects.
A fund set up by British Gas and River Cottage will pay out to local schemes which promote the use of renewable energy in the region.
The Daily Post reported that Colwyn Bay Football in the Community is one of the first groups to put themselves forward for funding.
Money is raised from a British Gas initiative that encourages customers to switch energy deals to a green tariff.
For each domestic energy user who signs up to the energy supplier's energyshare tariff, British Gas will put £10 into the fund for every year they stay on the deal.
Gearoid Lane of British Gas said the company has seen a "groundswell" of interest.
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