'Clean, green, renewable': Centrica starts work on its first solar farm

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Amit Oza, chief commercial officer at Push Energy; Josh Stratton, landowner;  Andrew Murrison MP;  Bill Rees, director of Centrica Energy Assets Amit Oza, Chief Commercial Officer, Push Energy _ Josh Stratton, Landowner _ Andrew Murrison, MP _ Bill Rees, Director of Centrica Energy Assets (left to right). Credit: Centrica
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Amit Oza, chief commercial officer at Push Energy; Josh Stratton, landowner; Andrew Murrison MP; Bill Rees, director of Centrica Energy Assets Amit Oza, Chief Commercial Officer, Push Energy _ Josh Stratton, Landowner _ Andrew Murrison, MP _ Bill Rees, Director of Centrica Energy Assets (left to right). Credit: Centrica

72-acre site in Wiltshire marks first step in Centrica's push to deliver 650MW of solar capacity by 2026

Work is underway on the construction of a vast 18MW solar farm in Wiltshire, marking the first step in energy giant Centrica's plans to develop a 650MW UK solar portfolio by 2026. The 18MW Codford Solar...

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