Government gives go-ahead for Britain's largest solar farm

Michael Holder
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The site in Kent earmarked for the 350MW Cleve Hill solar park
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The site in Kent earmarked for the 350MW Cleve Hill solar park

Hive Energy's proposed 350MW Cleve Hill solar project secures backing from Planning Inspectorate despite local conservation concerns

Plans for Britain's largest ever solar farm have been given the go-ahead despite concerns over local environmental impacts, paving the way for the 350MW subsidy-free project in Kent to begin operating...

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