Consumers looking to compare energy options in Wales might be interested to learn that the government is searching for firms to deliver a £100 million green energy scheme.
According to Construction Enquirer, the Welsh Assembly has moved ahead with plans to use more solar energy in the country.
The publication reports that 22 firms will be needed to fit photovoltaic panels to council homes and fund and install larger solar power schemes.
Firms that are interested are invited to apply before February 23rd.
Meanwhile, official data reveals that Welsh towns have improved their recycling rate as cheap energy customers do their bit for the environment.
Bridgend recorded the biggest improvement, having recycled over half (51 per cent) of its waste last year, compared with just a third of its waste in September 2009.
Environment minister Jane Davidson commented: "If we are to reach our goals of recycling 70 per cent of our waste by 2025 and being zero waste by 2050 we cannot afford to lose momentum.
"Every community, every business and every home needs to play its part in delivering the high recycling Wales deserves," she added.
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