Nissan to drive ahead with 20MW boost to Sunderland plant solar array

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Nissan charges ahead with ev36zero plans in the UK with new solar farm at Sunderland manufacturing plant | Credit: Nissan
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Nissan charges ahead with ev36zero plans in the UK with new solar farm at Sunderland manufacturing plant | Credit: Nissan

As part of its new electric vehicle hub at its north of England plant, Nissan could build as many as ten new solar farms

Nissan has been granted planning permission to install an additional 20MW solar farm at its UK plant in Sunderland, delivering the next stage in its £1bn electric vehicle hub project. The car manufacturer...

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