Solar savings: White Rose Shopping Centre cuts grid power demand by more than a fifth

James Murray
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Solar savings: White Rose Shopping Centre cuts grid power demand by more than a fifth

Landsec confirms that a year on from completing the installation of the UK retail sector's largest solar project it has cut electricity demand from the grid by 22 per cent

One of the UK's largest rooftop solar arrays is delivering significant savings for retailers, according to property giant Landsec. The company provided an update yesterday to mark a year since its solar...

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