'Built for the future': Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park installs innovative solar heat technology

Cecilia Keating
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The Mandarin Oriental

Installation of 120 solar collectors on rootftop aim to significantly reduce the historic building's reliance on fossil gas

A luxury hotel that overlooks Hyde Park in London has installed cutting-edge solar heat technology on its rooftop in a bid to slash emissions from its operations, some 120 years after it first started...

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