Solar to the rescue as Fire Service cuts costs

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Systems installed at 16 Lincolnshire fire stations should save £60,000 of public money through lower energy bills

The Fire Service is renowned for saving lives, but installing solar systems on 16 Lincolnshire fire stations has also helped save £60,000 of public money by reducing energy bills. The panels are also...

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