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The Willink School connects solar panels to smart energy system, organised by West Berkshire Council and carried out by Smarter Grid Solutions

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A Burghfield Common school has taken steps to fight climate change by connecting its solar panels to a smart energy system.

The Willink School, with help from Smarter Grid Solutions (SGS), an energy software firm based in Glasgow, has connected its panels to a computer system that can monitor and manage energy production and use.

Pupils at The Willink are also being taught about climate change in class so that they can play their part in tackling the climate emergency, headmaster Peter Fry explained.

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