UK cities expected to get millions of pounds for green energy projects

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UK cities expected to get millions of pounds for green energy projects

Ministers are thought to be planning to offer £3m for initiatives such as solar panels on social housing

Green energy projects run by cities and local authorities around the UK stand to receive millions of pounds of government support, providing another fillip for renewable power just a day after the subsidised...

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