Solar Street Lighting launches £3.5bn fund to boost rollout of carbon-saving technology

Michael Holder
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Company offering councils and businesses interest-free loans to install LED street lights powered by renewable energy

A UK clean tech developer has launched a £3.5bn funding scheme to help local authorities and businesses install street lighting powered entirely by renewable energy. Solar Street Lighting announced...

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