Pupils at a school in Watford have won a competition backed by energy suppliers British Gas due to its green measures.
According to the Watford Observer, St Michael's Catholic High School received solar panels and other equipment to help it produce cheap energy.
Recycling bins in each classroom and a greenhouse initiative that provides the school canteen with home-grown food helped St Michael's to win the energy supplier's national competition.
Edward Conway, head of the school, told the newspaper: "From our point of view, it goes with our mission statement and our whole ethos as stewards of creation, preserving earth's resources and that commitment has come through in a variety of ways and this is a future extension.
"We want to make the school as environmentally friendly as possible and we're looking to continue to make the school and the wider community much more environmentally friendly," he added.
The school will generate cheap electricity to offset its utility costs.
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