Belfast Parliament gets green upgrade with rooftop solar array

Madeleine Cuff
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New 'invisible' solar installation expected to save £9,000 every year in energy costs

From the ground Belfast's handsome Stormont Parliament Buildings look the same as always. But hidden on the iconic building's expansive rooftop is a new array of super-efficient thin-film solar panels,...

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