STEAG advances plans for 55MW Norfolk solar plant with battery storage

Cecilia Keating
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Credit: STEAG

UK arm of German power group announces it has secured permission to build park near King’s Lynn

A German energy company is set to move forwards with plans to build a 55MW solar park in East Anglia that will supply clean energy to the electricity grid. Announcing late last week that it had secured...

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