Solar panels on a roof don't have to be boring - check out what's on top of St Mary's Church at Berkeley.
The priest asked solar panel installer Michael Nergo to come up with something creative. So he laid out the dark panels so that the white roof formed a cross shape.
It means God will have no trouble spotting this church from the heavens.
"It was a really cool job," Mr Nergo said.
"We measured it and drew it up to see how it would work. We had to paint the ends of the cross black because we couldn't put panels there to close it in."
Mr Nergo has also designed an array for a business that looked like a helipad with the letter H in the centre.
Getting a design isn't always possible because it depends on roof space and the amount of panels.
"It depends on what size system they need and whether they can afford to not put panels in some places to create the look," he said.
"If we need to cover the whole space to offset their bill then we might not be able to create anything that cool."
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