Cumbria's latest hydro-power plant has been opened, with an unusual ceremony by the Bishop of Carlisle.
The facility at Rydal in the Lake District, cost £2 million and will power the nearby Conference Centre and up to 400 homes.
The Carlisle Diocese provided a third of the funding for the project, and the Bishop of Carlisle says it underlines the church's commitment to supporting green energy.
We're delighted that everybody who's worked on this project has been from Cumbria and so we hope that it's avery significant project in economic terms which has benefitted the economy of the whole county."
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