Blenheim Palace goes green

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Oxfordshire palace says it has invested in solar panels and almost halved water use in past three years

Blenheim Palace has hailed the use of alternative energy in its historic properties after its figures reveal it has embraced green technologies to slash its environmental impact. The Oxfordshire palace,...

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