Firms urged to dump "dumb" solar rooftop model

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Mobile phone technology promises better way of configuring rooftop solar arrays

Businesses considering deploying small-scale solar arrays were today advised to ditch traditional configurations for the technology in favour of a new approach that promises to deliver significant improvements...

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