Octopus powers up London 'solar street' scheme

Stuart Stone
clock • 3 min read
Credit: Octopus Energy

Credit: Octopus Energy

Energy company completes first ever community energy project by covering 13 East London homes in solar panels

Octopus Energy has kitted out 13 East London homes with solar panels, after a pair of local artists raised more than £100,000 to enable a community-led green energy project. Started by Walthamstow-based...

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