Buckinghamshire business park plans subsidy-free solar site

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Existing solar panels at the Westcott Park | Credit: Rockspring
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Existing solar panels at the Westcott Park | Credit: Rockspring

Westcott Venture Park plans to build 15MW direct wire solar farm to make it the first "carbon-negative" business park in the UK

Buckinghamshire business park Westcott Venture Park has announced plans this week to build a 15MW subsidy-free solar farm on its site, which it claims will make it the first "carbon-negative" business...

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