Dear University of Hull,

Please can you provide me with any data, documents, minutes or correspondence you hold which relate to the universities plans to install Solar Photovoltaic panels, or devices which utilise Solar Photovoltaic technology, in the next 10 years.
Can you clearly indicate in any data you provide whether the proposed installation is to replace an existing piece of infrastructure, such as replacing panels with have reached the end of their life expectancy, replacing a piece of infrastructure still in working order, such as changing outdoor lights which currently work to lights powered by Solar Photovoltaic technology.
Please note I'm aware of the University's policy on green energy sources and am seeking information which shows how this will be implemented rather than the general policy.
Thank you very much for your time.

Yours faithfully,

Harry Raffal

Vicky Mays, University of Hull

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Dear Mr Raffal

Please find attached the information requested.

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