Centrica teams up with Push Energy to ramp up UK solar and battery pipeline

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Centrica is targeting 900MW of solar and battery storage capacity in the UK by 2026

Centrica has struck a deal with renewables developer Push Energy to build a pipeline of solar projects in the UK, in support of the energy giant's ambition to deliver 900MW of domestic solar and battery...

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