Work on UK's 'largest' smart city green energy system kicks off in Peterborough

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Energy demand in Peterborough is growing as the city expands | Credit: Sean Hickin
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Energy demand in Peterborough is growing as the city expands | Credit: Sean Hickin

Plans to link up waste-to-energy, heat networks, battery storage and electric vehicle charge points could serve as a blueprint for other UK cities, according to council

Work to create the 'UK's largest' city-wide smart energy system has gotten underway in Peterborough as part of a council-led scheme to cut household bills and CO2 emissions by connecting up low carbon...

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