Government steps up support for smart local energy projects

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Government steps up support for smart local energy projects

Funding awarded to new community-scale smart energy projects and national R&D programme

The UK government has announced a series of new funding awards designed to support the development of localised smart energy technologies, capable of cutting greenhouse gas emissions and enhancing grid...

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