John Smiths raises glass to UK's largest solar brewery

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Over 4,000 panels installed on Tadcaster brewery as part of company's push to cut emissions 40 per cent by 2020

John Smiths is famously a no nonsense beer, so it is no surprise to find a giant solar system on its brewery in Tadcaster. More than 4,000 panels have been fitted on the building in North Yorkshire,...

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