From green sports clubs to solar schools, government touts £10m rural clean energy fund

BusinessGreen staff
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Local rural communities invited to bid for funding for clean energy feasibility studies

The government has called on schools, football clubs, churches, and community groups across the UK to explore the potential for deploying clean technologies, inviting bids for grants from a £10m fund....

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