Cheshire hydro project hits crowdfunding target in just two days

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The River Weaver in Cheshire, where the hydroelectric plant is planned
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The River Weaver in Cheshire, where the hydroelectric plant is planned

New hydro project proposed for the River Weaver in Cheshire raises £635,000 in 51 hours, putting the scheme on track to start construction

A new hydroelectric scheme proposed for the River Weaver in Cheshire has smashed expectations and met its £635,000 fund-raising target in just over 48 hours. Developers Hydrosense Renewables and Triodos...

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