Potato supplier finds wind energy a-peel-ing

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Greenvale to install 1.5MW turbine capable of meeting 60 per cent of electricity needs at UK's largest potato packaging plant

Potato supplier Greenvale is to chip away at its energy costs by installing a 1.5MW wind turbine at its Floods Ferry site in Cambridgeshire. Building work on the 100-metre tall turbine will start at...

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