The panels in Bradford on Avon have already contributed to the National Grid after being mounted by using nearby firm Solarsense.
Councilors voted unanimously ultimate October to install the panels on the south-going through the roof of St Margaret’s Hall.
Mayor Cllr Alex Kay, the Bradford on Avon mayor and chair of its surroundings and planning committee, said: “ We have had the very sturdy and fantastic guide from the public, along with representatives of each Bradford on Avon Preservation Trust and Climate Friendly BoA.
“It turned into encouraging and heart-warming to receive such guide, which has spurred us on to get this visa in time to take gain of the contemporary tariff scheme.”
Manager Tim Yeomans stated: “When I changed into shown the inverter this morning although we’re in January, the solar became out, and the array turned into producing 5.8kw. That’s sufficient to energy all of the office computers.”
The council is keeping a solar tea celebration on Sunday, March 3, from 2-4 pm, with the Ramshackle Orchestra, to unveil the solar strength display.