Former pupil shines the green light on his old Hull school with huge savings

Green energy solutions are being delivered to a Hull academy trust by a former pupil, with huge savings to support frontline education delivery.
Ash Wray, who co-founded C3 Group in the city last year to help regional organisations embark on the net zero journey – is back at Kelvin Hall School imparting his career learnings. The consultancy was launched with GW Power-Safe founder Dan Haley, building on their experience in the sector.
And a cool £222,000 and 104.3 tonnes of carbon savings have been eyed as more than 4,400 LED panels are installed in the summer break in a first phase of what could be a long-term programme.
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Mr Wray said: “Going back into your own school is quite a humbling …