Exhibition centre to receive payments for modifying its energy usage as part of city-wide experiment
London's ExCeL exhibition centre, an unnamed major department store, and a famous tourist attraction have all signed up to a £30m trial that will see them receive payments for reducing their energy demand...
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Rubbish from this weekend’s Notting Hill Carnival in London is expected to generate 97,200 kWh of electricity