Larkfleet hopes innovative 'solar steam' device will cut cost of renewables

James Phillips
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Housing developer believes technology could offer a new source of solar power to the energy industry

Housing developer Larkfleet Group has started testing its pioneering "solar steam" device, in what it hopes will mark a major breakthrough for the solar technology sector. The sustainable housing firm...

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